If you know where, and how to look... In the law... And can understand the basis behind the application and effect.. Its easy to find either direct reference, or logical cross application and exemption in the law.. For acts or actions which have "legal excuse" or "lawful reason" to be performed, permitted or conducted.
A law that states one cannot be prosecuted in law, also gives a person a right and an authority or authorization to do something.. Which may already have such authorisation for other persons to do something.. Whereby it is thus logical that legal authority which exists.. Is extended to the individual who otherwise would not have authority or authorization to do something.
Naturally.. The act would need to be relevant to any subject or provision which has been stated or declared.
For example.. With diplomatic immunity.. What are the relevant legal immunity and effects? To what extent and why?
What are basic functions and requirements of that area of work? What activities and actions would be required? Be Acceptable? Be possible? Be reasonable and be right?
What similar laws, authority and authorization already exists in similar or comparable field or area? Politics, Local government, Parliament or other area of law or Jurisdiction.
The word Jurisdiction.. Being indicative of a persons authority, authorization and legal powers themselves. Given to someone through an act of law, legislation or Bill.
What other acts of law, what other legislation, or other Jurisdictions would this preside over? Share authority with or engage through?
Because petition first and foremost involves preparing and draughting a document which is based on information And presentation and promotion of that document..
So after the initial "Right to petition" itself being the initiator...
The Preparation & Procedures of active petitioning carry various requisitions.
The Petitioner assumes authority of the Protection of the "Right to petition" Bill. Which is the only enforceable legislation governing petitioning, and all other commitments are illegal. Including anything which would serve to deter, control or make any restriction to the creative freedom, choice and actions of such Petitioning. Or cause obstruction or serve punishment through the legal system for anything in under requisition of the petitioners given authority.
These are the logical and automatically associated tasks that are expected when petitioning.
Reading, research, investigation, the clerical and secretarial work of draughting and preparing the petition and certain public presence functions such as public speaking, going door to door.. Approaching members or the public, MPs, the Prime Minister, Questioning people, interviewing people, access to certain people or places and the Submitting and presenting of the petition. All media, digital media, printed political materials, advertisements, publishing and promotional materials are standard requisitions for petitioning and promotion of petitions. There will be a certain degree of campaigning activities such as protests or processions covered by the standard requisition process.. For collecting public support and backing. (sending of emails & use of social media) also walking or standing in public with a notice board, sign or direction giving notice of the petition & approaching vehicles to distribute such materials. ~ all such activities cognizable so forth...
These are activities which will not be relevant or applicable to all petitioning. They will be unique to each and every single petition, depending on its cause and subject matter. The grievance or area in law or government of which the petitioner is seeking action.
These special requisitions, the petitioner decides for themselves what is required and why. The petitioner has the creative freedom to choose their own cause and what special requisitions will be, or were compulsory to use.
Special areas could be anything from "The Environment" to "Highways and roads", Schools and Education" or "Law and Enforcement" but could be "Foreign policy" or "Health and Medicine" each special area of subject will have its own completely unique requisitions for research, investigation and information gathering processes... But the standard requisitions will be the same for other petition work.
A petitioner should set out their special requisitions in their petition content or attached material and evidence. Or it should be explained recorded in some way. A petitioner has the right to make a personal representation of any requisition at any time. Any special requisition made by authority of a petitioner shall be deemed to be a special requisition made by a petitioner under provision that it is in the interest of that petitioners particular area of choosen cause for petitioning. ~ & All such activities cognizable so forth
It is the Right of the people to petition the Government and all prosecutions for doing so are illegal.