In a modern Liberal democracy people enter in to a contract with those who govern them for a fixed period of time. Conclusion 4.
According to Dicey, the rule of law can be explained in 3 principles. However there are some limits which are natural and sensible. Other issues in this debate are regarding appointment, termination and the powers to be awarded to the proposed Head of State, and the impact the change will have on the States.
But today, with the parliamentary sovereignty courts have to apply the law even if it might be contrary to some rights.
Then, the law should be prospective and not retrospective. This is a difficult question to speculate on. The list of constitutional acts is quite long: 10 relating to the structure and powers of the state 3 plus other Local Government Acts, and 6 relating to individual rights4.
The constitutional conventions related to the Crown put it as a moral person, with no real political powers; by convention the crown does what it is been told by the government. Financial constraints of the states have led to the proliferation of central schemes and national missions.
Its introduction has affected many legal areas; especially the conceptions of the rule of law and their place in the UK constitution. The Strengths of the U.
But there are limits to this principle. An example for the amendment form is the express repeal; for the passing form it only happened in Australia but since it is a Dominion with a colonial legal heritage, the case came up to the Privy Council and it affected the UK constitution.