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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In addition to the qualification set out in the Constitution and the enabling Statute, Kavuludi said applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from EACC, KRA, Directorate of Public Prosecutions, Higher Education Loans Board and any Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.
Governor Charlie Baker filed legislation aimed at modernizing and streamlining parts of the National Guards enabling statute, including the creation of a Uniform Code of Military Justice and an increase to the minimum daily pay for soldiers and airmen performing state active duty.
3) After the 2014 draft guidance, the legal attack on the FDA's legal authority was joined by the American Clinical Laboratory Association and legal heavyweights Paul Clement and Laurence Tribe, who argued that the FDA's enabling statute does not grant the FDA the authority to regulate LDTs because, among other reasons, LDTs are part of the practice of medicine.
To enable continuity, some experts believe an enabling statute is likely that will keep existing EU legislation in force for the time being.
The surrogacy contract in this case and the California Surrogacy Enabling Statute will not withstand constitutional scrutiny," Cook's lawyer said.
The Seventh Circuit acknowledged that HAMP and its enabling statute did not create a private right of action, but concluded that this did not bar mortgagors from bringing adequately pled state law claims against mortgage servicers for actions relating to HAMP.
6) As detailed in its enabling statute, the implementation of the Board's recommendations will not be subject to either administrative or judicial review.
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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Rather, in its enabling statute, FIO has a series of responsibilities that are all advisory in nature.
Because the final regulations are "completely silent on regulatory coordination," Bentsen continued, SIFMA believes the Financial Stability Oversight Council should "exercise its authority to coordinate supervisory activities with respect to the rule, as Congress provided for in the FSOC's enabling statute and in the statutory Volcker rule itself.