Ad hoc legislation
With the term ad hoc legislation set (also opportunity legislation , especially in Austria also hoc legislation ) refers to a rapid, uncontrolled and unaudited legislation . It is a hasty and therefore mostly unsystematic legislative reaction under the influence of a public discussion and massive media coverage on a certain topic caused by a triggering event.
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- Hannah Maria Schöffmann: The constitutional limits of the admissibility of event legislation in Austria . Karl-Franzens-University , Graz August 2017, urn : nbn: at: at-ubg: 1-118919 (diploma thesis).
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- Theodor Lenckner : Ad hoc legislation . In: 40 Years of the Federal Republic of Germany - 40 Years of Legal Development . 1990, p. 342 . Quoted from: Uwe Scheffler: The age of reform 1953-1965 . S. 252 ( europa-uni.de [PDF; accessed on October 14, 2018]).
- Stenographic report, 183rd meeting . German Bundestag , July 7, 2016, ISSN 0722-8333 , plenary minutes 18/183, p. 18133 ( bundestag.de [PDF; accessed October 14, 2018]).