Based on How to encourage specifying one's locale?, I actually added a site custom close reason. Unfortunately it's listed under "off topic" rather than what would be more appropriate as a special case of "unclear what you are asking", but I guess that's the best we can do within the framework we have at the moment.
This question asks about specific regulations, but fails to specify the relevant locale. In order for this question to be answerable, you need to specify the geographic or political area to which the answers should apply.
Since amateur radio is surrounded by legislation, both national and international, I don't think we can completely avoid legality-related questions, but they do need to be reasonably scoped. Based on the questions currently tagged legal it would seem that ensuring that posters specify the relevant location would go a long way toward scoping these questions. Putting questions that do not specify a locale on hold and ultimately on track for closure will ensure that if the OP actually wants an answer they will need to specify the relevant location.