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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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Till such a time that these decisions and regulations are issued, the current decisions and regulations shall continue to be enforced, but without prejudice to the provisions of the attached bylaw.
Muntaha Gharaibeh said this new bylaw is a modified version of the nursing Professional Levels Bylaws issued on 2006 in an attempt to link specialization to professional development of nurses and midwives.
In addition to Meade, Pat Jury, president/CEO of the Iowa Credit Union League and Susan Parisi, CUNA's chief legal counsel, provided an overview of the proposed bylaw changes that the national membership is voting on to about 40 people who attended the break-out session.
Other articles approved an alteration to West Street near the new Auburn Middle School and amended the zoning bylaws so that associate members can sit on the Board of Appeals when needed.
14, 2014), an Oregon court refused to enforce a forum selection bylaw adopted at the same time as the merger agreement being challenged by stockholders because of "the closeness of the timing of the bylaw amendment to the board's alleged wrongdoing, coupled with the fact that the board enacted the bylaw in anticipation of this exact lawsuit.
Nearly a decade ago, work began on examining the WILPF US bylaws and reconciling conflicts.
On behalf of the National Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, this letter provides notice to all members of the proposed revision to the association's current constitution and bylaws and the changes under the new Canada Not-For-Profit Act.
The changes are a result of a controversy over a complaint by the Bailey family which protested that the Choi family had inscribed the back of the late Byung Soon Choi's headstone with Korean religious symbols, counter to Brant's cemetery bylaw.
We had to carry out a study to determine how much had been invested in the country by manufacturers before deciding on the bylaw," she explained.
The bylaws will come into force from the next day of their publication in the official gazette.
At the advice of the ONS Parliamentarian and legal counsel, and after benchmarking the Society against community standards, it was deemed necessary to propose a modernization of the ONS bylaws as they currently stand to better reflect contemporary language and standards.
The only legal course the Weigels really have via the Municipal Act (they can't appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board) is to prove that the bylaw establishing the charges was passed with improper motives, the intent to defraud or oppress.