In case of direct changes or additions to a lower legislative act, the change or addition shall have the same legal effect as the act that is changed or added to.
(7) In case of contradictions in norms related to the same subject of regulation between two legislative acts having equal legal effect, provisions of the act that was adopted later shall apply. Types of Laws (1) Law shall be subdivided into three types: constitutional, organic and ordinary.
LAW On Legislative Acts N 780-XV dated Monitorul Oficial al R.
Moldova N 36-38/210 dated * * * Taking into consideration particular importance of Parliamentary acts; the need for establishing means, methods and techniques to be used for transferring social relations into legal form; the need for implementing unified principles in law-making to ensure drafting and adoption of quality and efficient legislative acts; also the need to ensure compatibility of legislative acts with the Community legislation by means of harmonizing them with it; and based on paragraph r), part (3), Article 72 of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova, the Parliament hereby adopts this organic law.
Categories of Legislative Acts (1) Depending on the character of norms they contain, legislative acts shall be subdivided into general, special and extraordinary.
(2) A general legislative act shall contain norms of law applicable to all social relations or subjects of law or to certain types of relations or certain categories of subjects, without prejudice to the general character of the norms.
(2) The procedure for initiation, drafting, examination, editing and promulgation of normative acts of the Government, other bodies of central and local public administration shall be approved by law. Legislative Acts (1) Legislative acts shall be acts adopted by the country’s legislature on the basis of constitutional norms and following the procedure established by the Parliamentary Rules and other existing norms, and occupying tope level in the hierarchy of normative acts of the Republic of Moldova.
Regulations of individual character and other regulations not containing legal norms may be considered without all preliminary procedures, by working bodies of the Parliament.[Article 9 amended by Law # 281-XVI dated , effective from ] Article 10.Ordinary Laws (1) Ordinary laws shall apply to all areas of social relations except for those regulated by the Constitution and organic laws.(3) A special legislative act shall contain norms of law applicable solely to some types of social relations or categories of subjects by a strictly defined procedure of deviation from the general rule.In the event of contradictions between norms of a general and a special legislative acts having equal legal effect, the norm of the special legislative act shall prevail.