Superiors in administrative entities rather like one-page reports with concise and comprehensible language than redundant bla-bla, right?
Well, in order to do so, the depending civil servants and other administrative subordinates have to be quite creative in inventing monster terms, thus avoiding subordinate clauses that might violate the one page directive.
Law makers are specialists in this respect. The laws are always designed with the M.I.C.D. principle, "make it complicated and difficult". The law texts are quite complex and diffuse for the "normal-ticking" fellow-citizens, thus you have to read the monster-size side texts that are published in terms of explaning the law for those civil servants who are obliged to execute the will of the law. But those side texts are almost unreadable for the average intelligent common people as well.
Some examples for monster terms:
Q: Rough fodder devouring big animal unit = ???? A: cow, bull, ox
Q: Egg laying wool milk sow = ???? A: allround talent
Q: Persons' singularizing device = ??? A: turnstile
Q: intellectually challenged big white gabbling bird A : silly goose
Q: Wind generators' shadow emission prognosis =??? A: (ok, has to be explained by subordinate clause, right?)
Well, the K.I.S.S. principle is contrary to M.IC.D., "keep it short and simple".
Wouldn't it be a better world if official texts and public ordinances were written in a quite compact but comprehensible language?
Yes, in terms of M.I.C.D.'ed texts, we have to consult experts for big bucks.
It would be quite a blow for lawyers and their income levels if anything was understood by the common people, huh?