Enabling Statute

Enabling Statute

A law that gives new or extended authority or powers, generally to a public official or to a corporation.

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Furthermore, the benefit corporation shareholders have the legal standing to bring a civil suit against board members and executives who do not meet the stated "public benefits" contained in the state's enabling statute.
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AB2574 would amend the agency's enabling statute by: (1) extending the jurisdictional authority from the city of Montclair to the city of Ontario, and (2) amend the project's definition to extend to the city of Ontario, as well as including the cities of Upland and Ontario to the list of "extension cities" identified in the statute.
Where there are conflicts with [UK Government conciliation service] Acas best practice, that is typically because of outdated provision in the so-called enabling statute and the university has been very pleased to have the co-operation of its trade unions and the University Senate in updating and revising the statute which it is hoped will go to the Privy Council for approval.
There is a fundamental flaw in the enabling statute, so the only way to fix it is to scrap the law and start over.
The commission also compiles data and information about death penalty cases and according to its now-repealed enabling statute, "the commission shall develop statistics to identify trends and changes in case management and case processing, identify and evaluate unproductive points of delay, and generally evaluate the way cases are progressing.
The proposed regulations would clarify that, except as specified in the proposed regulations, a particular series does not need to possess all the attributes that its enabling statute permits it to possess.
Further, it is not an enabling statute under which cooperatives organize.
A new definition of "law implemented" is added; it, too, makes clear that it refers to the language of the enabling statute being carried out or interpreted by an agency through rulemaking.
The judgement states "administrative bodies empowered to decide questions of law may presumptively go beyond the bounds of their enabling statute and decide issues of common law or statutory interpretation that arise in the course of a case properly before them, subject to judicial review on the appropriate standard.
The movement gained momentum in legislative sessions this year when Maryland became the first state to pass an enabling statute.