Secondary legislation in BC can only be created under powers given by Commonwealth basic law or primary law.
Global laws are secondary legislation in the British Commonwealth.
Global law is ceremonially and nominally made law in the British Commonwealth, but the work to create such law (core text) is integrated from work made in the United Kingdom within the remit of the Global Britain Framework.
The Commonwealth Framework provides for Global law to serve as guidance when making Union law providing a different practical perspective useful to law makers due to the Global Britain Framework arising from deep cooperation and partnership state of affairs.
Realm laws are secondary legislation in the British Commonwealth.
Currently this refers only to the Regulatory and Legislatory Framework of British Ukraine (RALFOBU) of the Commonwealth of British Ukraine (as of May 2022).