The increasing involvement of lobby groups and interested individuals, during both pre-legislative consultation and parliamentary scrutiny, means that a drafter may also have cause to consider the needs of those likely to participate in the legislative process when deciding the form and content of a Bill.
It is the practitioners in the field regulated by a Bill who will read and use it once it becomes an Act.
General legislative propositions which go on to deal specifically with an improbable case may make courts disinclined to fill the legislative gap when asked to apply the general provision to an improbable case which was not similarly anticipated.
Complexity of law and topic The law is highly intricate and technical and all legislation requires to be written and read in that context.
The statement made in the Renton Committee's Report that a drafter "must never be forced to sacrifice certainty for simplicity" still holds good today.