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Statutory

Created, defined, or relating to a statute; required by statute; conforming to a statute.

A statutory penalty, for example, is punishment in the form of a fine, prison sentence, or both, that is imposed against an offender for committing some statutory violation.

statutory

adjective according to law, authorized, established, fixed, lawful, legal, legalized, legislative, licit, sanctioned, within the law
Associated concepts: statutory crime
See also: due, forensic, lawful, legal, legislative, legitimate, licit, regular, rightful, valid

statutory

prescribed, authorized or recognized by a STATUTE.
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Therefore, it is vital that nurses are informed about statutory rape law, since statutory sexual seduction is considered sexual abuse (NRS 432B.
In "Raaz 3" as well, a character who smokes would be seen doing so with a statutory warning.
We believe statutory regulation is the best way to safeguard the public.
The current rate of statutory sick pay is pounds 79.
Once served it requires the debtor to either pay the amount claimed plus interest; pay an amount which reduces the debt to less than pounds 750; offer to secure it against property; offer to repay the debt in a way that is satisfactory to you or apply to have the statutory demand set aside.
a check-the-box election)) will not qualify as a statutory merger or consolidation, because the target does not cease its separate legal existence for all purposes.
I) If you're setting up a GK or JSKK, you can also decide whether you even want to have a Board of Directors and Statutory Auditor.
The trust assets are marked-to-market at least quarterly and the market value of the trust assets is maintained at a level at least equal to the statutory reserve requirement of the policy block.
In addition to tracking burden hours for the 2004 fiscal year, the OIRA report addresses the relationship of paperwork burden to statutory requirements and discretionary burden; achieving zero violations of the PRA; the impact of e-government initiatives on the paperwork burden; reducing the burden for small business and assisting with PRA compliance; and agency initiatives to reduce the paperwork burden.
Similarly, when a union agrees on behalf its members that all employment-related disputes, including statutory discrimination claims, will be submitted to binding arbitration, both federal and state courts have enforced such agreements.
The new law will create additional oversight elements, supervising all activities of WPK related to statutory auditors.
They will also continue to accumulate any additional holidays, over and above the statutory minimum, which they may be entitled to under their contract of employment.