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# What is the difference between delegated and implied powers?

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In the Constitution, delegated (expressed) powers are powers that are explicitly given to Congress. Implied Powers are powers that are not written in the Constitution, but are implied by the Elastic Clause.

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A delegated power is one that can be assigned to someone by the person who holds it. The US Constitution has some specific places where they allow certain powers of the President to be delegated. Implied are powers that are not called out specifically, but they are inferred by powers that are specifically called out.

Exclusive powers are powers that are to be used by a specific entity and cannot be delegated. Delegated power is that passed on by one entity to another.

Resulting Powers derive from the mass of delegated powers or from a group of them. They are an extension of implied powers.

The Constitution gives powers to the Congress in three ways:A: through the Expressed Powers, or clearly stated, powers.B: through the Implied Powers, powers (powers deducted from the clearly stated powers)C:Through the Inherent powers, those possessed by all sovereign states.Definition: Expressed Powers-Those delegated powers of the National Government that are spelled out, expressly, in the constitution; also called the "enumerated powers"Definition: Implied Powers-Those delegated powers of the National Government that are suggested by the expressed powers set out in the Constitution.

Delegated powers (those delegated to the federal government) Expressed were clearly stated in the Constitution, implied are not stated but necessary for the federal govt to accomplish those that are stated, and inherent are powers the federal govt has simply by nature of being a govt for the people.

Delegated power is power specifically outlined in the Constitution. These are in contrast to implied powers which are not outlined.

Those delegated powers of the National Government that are suggested by the expressed powers set out in the Constitution.

Expressed: Powers given to Congress Implied: Not spelled out but given or "implied" Reserved: Not expressed in the Constitution and are granted to the states

Implied powers are powers that are perceived to be in place. Enumerated powers are powers that are specifically listed. An example of enumerated powers are the powers listed in Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution.

Expressed powers are powers that are specifically listed in the Constitution. Implied powers are powers not listed in the Constitution but according to the "necessary and proper" clause, these powers may used to carry out expressed powers.

He argued there are both implied and expressly enumerated powers, and that both types of powers are delegated to the national government.

Delegated = You gave the power to someone else. Reserved = You kept a piece of the power for yourself. Concurrent = You share the power with at least one other person.

Enumerated/Delegated Powers - Powers given only to the federal government. Reserved Powers - Powers reserved for state governments only. Concurrent Powers - Powers shared between the state and federal governments. Implied Powers - Powers that Congress has that ARE NOT specifically listed in the Constitution. Expressed Powers (almost like Enumerated/Delegated) - Powers of Congress that ARE specifically listed in the Constitution.

The difference is that Delegated is when powers are given only to national government by the constitution. Reserved is when powers are given to only the states by the constitution, and Concurrent is when power are shared by states and national government according to the constitution.

shared powersthose delegated powers of the national government that are suggestrd by the expressed powers set out in the constitution; those "necessary and proper" to carry out the expressed powers.Some implied powers of Congress are the power to control the Air Force and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

What are concurrent, delegated and reserved powers and how do they apply to the relationship between state and federal government?

Delegated Powers are powers given only to the federal government. Reserved Powers are powers reserved for state governments. and concurrent powers are powers shared between the state and federal governments. Implied powers are powers that congress are not specifically listed in the constitution and expressed powers are powers of congress that are specified.

Delegated powers are powers granted specifically to the federal government.

Delegated powers are found in Article I, Section 8 of the United States Constitution. The delegated powers are also known as the Enumerated powers.

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