Provision – In the sphere of the Parliamentary Law, the term “provision” means a clause within a statute or Act. It details a behavior rule, which is obligatory for the recipients of the statute. Provisions are the bases of the law that create statutes. Within the area of Civil Law the provision means a term in a contract, consisting of obligation or a right implemented in. In the area of Administrative Law, “provision” could mean also an order, which creates temporary rights or obligations for a concrete recipient or a group of recipients.