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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, the regulations and decisions being implemented at the Central Bank of Oman will continue to be enforced where no specific text of this Decree or its attached bylaw exists, and without prejudice to their provisions.
"Instead, it chose to enact a zoning bylaw amendment, Warrant Article 27, which regulated marijuana use through the traditional mechanisms of zoning, namely use districts and special permits.
The bylaws also omitted language that previously included "potential conflicts of interest" as something board directors should avoid.
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.
In essence, the DGCL is enabling, providing managers "an enormous amount of leeway to act." (78) This flexible design was intended to benefit not just the interests of corporate managers, but also to give stockholders the freedom to construct charter and bylaw provisions that address company-specific needs.
The second type of by-law power in the Indian Act is the power to enact 'money by-laws' or 'taxation bylaws." These are set out at s 83 of the Act and provide powers for passing taxation, licensing, and certain miscellaneous spending by-laws.
She said the bylaws needed to be updated to match the town's recently changed charter, which left outdated bylaws dealing with the defunct highway surveyor position, cemetery commission and executive secretary, with no bylaws concerning the new Department of Public Works.
8, 2014)--the company's bylaw provided for exclusive jurisdiction in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina or, if that court lacks jurisdiction, any North Carolina state court with jurisdiction.
Pennsylvania law specifies that only members of our organization can make certain kinds of changes or amendments to our Bylaws. Yet, the Bylaws we have been operating under state that only the board of directors can amend the Bylaws.
As advised in May 2013, the CACCN Board of Directors was proposing revisions to the CACCN constitution and bylaws, as well as acceptance of continuation under the new Canada Not-For-Profit Act.
The bylaw amendments were made in connection with the company's listing on NASDAQ on September 10, 2013.