required by law

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The church and the mayor's office being near by, Luigi and Ginevra, followed by the four witnesses required by law, walked the distance, with a simplicity that deprived of all pomp this greatest event in social life.
The marriages had taken place in the first week of May, and it was not till three months later that the minister, as required by law, made his quarterly report to the civil authorities in Dublin.
Health Justice Philippines, a group with legal expertise in tobacco control and health promotion, noted that offices, restaurants, malls, and other private businesses are not required by law to establish a Designated Smoking Area (DSA).
fined $250, order 17-0227 TRISTAR, a licensed insurance producer, was disciplined by the state of New York and failed to report the action to the Washington insurance commissioner within 30 days, as required by law.
also found consumers are still not getting the ticketing information required by law when buying from secondary websites.
Prosecutors said Baccay had control and custody over the cash advance, and that he is required by law to render an account within the prescribed period, as provided under a 1997 Commission on Audit circular and Section 340 of the Local Government Code.
According to the report, Facebook said it works with police 'where appropriate and to the extent required by law to ensure the safety of the people who use Facebook'.
Added to that, you are required by law to pay tax and insurance; do ALL motorists?
Five major domestic carmakers said Monday they recovered in the business year through this March usable materials from unwanted car residue in excess of the 70 percent target they are required by law to meet by 2015.
We are required by law to contact a Medi-Cal contract hospital, which in this case would be Antelope Valley Hospital, to ask for bed availability before we admit to our own hospital,'' Trautman said.
Meanwhile the identity of the child and the mother was broadcast through the media in North America through the AMBER Alert system as required by law.
A survey by the Newspaper Association and The Associated Press released in June found public employees followed the law only about half the time when asked to provide common records on an unconditional and timely basis as required by law.