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bylaw

noun canon, charter, code, municipal regulation, ordinance, prescript, prescription, reglement, regulation, rubric, rule, standard
Associated concepts: amendment of bylaws, authorization for bylaws, enactment of bylaws, interpretation of bylaws, repeal of bylaws
See also: code, regulation, rubric, rule
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The Director Local Taxes (Advertisement) KMC had awarded unlawful contract to a company for rights of recovery in violation of bye laws causing huge revenue loss to the government.
IEP constitution and bye laws were registered together with Memorandum of Association and Bye Laws by Registrar Joint Stock Companies East Bengal on May 7 1948 under Societies Registration Act XXI 1860.
Director General Sindh Building Control Authority Manzoor Qadir while briefing the meeting said that in view of fast-growing population of the metropolis and various departments controlling land use in Karachi, there was a need to adopt a unified building bye laws in the entire city.
He added: "There are bye laws prohibiting bathing in British Waterways-managed canals, rivers, docks and reservoirs.
In fact, the sitemanagers,in conjunction with North Wales police,are discussing the possibility of introducing bye laws to prohibit this activity.
The Association would itself arrange for the remaining amount in the fund and also compile the bye laws for this fund which would be approved by the executive committee and then the general body.