Minister Lord Bourne says that there would be conversations between officials in Westminster and Cardiff "well in advance" of any move to use the statutory instruments in the Wales Bill.
He says that some peers seem to forget that there is a deal of goodwill between officials in Wales and in London and assures peers that there will be an "institutional underpinning" of such regulations at National Assembly level.
With that he concludes his remarks and the amendments are withdrawn.
That brings to an end today's business in the House of Lords - peers will return at 11am tomorrow morning.
Until then, good night!