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bye-law

a rule promulgated by some body other than Parliament that has effect if done in pursuance and within the limits of some higher authorization such as an Act of Parliament.
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ITF has since supported POC's stand and even stated in its letter that no presidential elections shall be made prior to the amendment of the PHILTA by-laws.
The council said it was looking to repeal the 50-year-old Westmister by-law to improve access to contraceptives and to tackle teenage pregnancies.
An earlier draft of the by-law received preliminary approval from MPs at the beginning of March.
Angrish went on to say that in the current zoning by-law chickens were not allowed but the matter would go back to committee in October or November.
Ministers rejected the city council's proposal for a by-law banning charity collectors from approaching, following or obstructing pedestrians.
Copies of the resolution and of the draft general by-law may be obtained from the office of Opera Canada, Suite 244,366 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5A 3X9.
A month-long period of consultation will take place before Mr Pickles is then asked to confirm the by-law.
The proposed by-law will permit only passive collecting and ban collectors from approaching, following or obstructing pedestrians.
The by-law, which is part of the Federal Law on Tobacco Control (No 15 of 2009), was forwarded to the UAE Cabinet in February, said Dr Widad Al Maidour, head of tobacco control at the Ministry of Health.
Dr Wedad said a by-law of the Federal Tobacco Law will be passed by the year-end, making sure that tobacco products sold in the UAE contain one of the pictorial warnings (see pictures) cleared by the Emirates Standardisation and Metrology Authority (Esma).
But Gunnell, who won 400 metres hurdles gold at the 1992 Games, is the latest big name to demand the current by-law is allowed to stand.
The BOA revealed last week they were resigned to defeat in their battle to keep a by-law which has allowed them since 1992 to ban any drug cheats from competing at a future Olympics for life.