Legal systems descended from British jurisprudence seem to like to use a lot of parentheses in titles:
- Foreigners (Protected Areas) Order 1958, India
- Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2002, Australia
- Betting (Singapore Turf Club — Exemption) (Cancellation) Notification 2019, Singapore
To the layman, these not only appear to be in random places, but go directly against usual practice: instead of using parentheses for parenthetical (additional) information, they "bury the lede" by putting the actual content in them.
What is the logic used to decide what goes in parentheses and what stays out?
(And yes, this question might also be a fit for Law.SE, but this is fundamentally about the usage of punctuation, not the law.)