|Bills Vs Acts|
A bill is a proposal in creating a new law. Every bill is assigned a unique number that either begins with “HR” (to show that the bill started in the House of Representatives/National Assembly) or “S” (to show it originated in the Parliament).
A bill must be passed by the National Assembly/House of Representative and the Senate (where applicable) and then assented to by the President.
An act on the other hand is the draft piece of legislation passed by the Parliament which becomes part of Statute law.