non·del·e·ga·tion doctrine | \ ˌnän-ˌde-li-ˈgā-shən-\
Legal Definition of nondelegation doctrine
: a doctrine that Congress may not delegate its duties under the Constitution to other branches of government without violating the principle of separation of powers
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