Statutory Instruments are a form of secondary, delegated or subordinate legislation. They allow the provisions of an Act to be brought into force or amended without Parliament having to pass a new Act.
Because solicitors deal with their clients direct and enter into a contract with them this means that the solicitor can sue for his fees if he is not paid and also allows the client to sue if the solicitor does not do his work.
Hansard is a record of what is discussed in Parliament. It includes votes, written ministerial statements and written answers to parliamentary questions. Published on a daily basis, it covers debates from the previous day.