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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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