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Created, defined, or relating to a statute; required by statute; conforming to a statute.

A statutory penalty, for example, is punishment in the form of a fine, prison sentence, or both, that is imposed against an offender for committing some statutory violation.

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prescribed, authorized or recognized by a STATUTE.
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The Tennessee Higher Education Commission is statutorily charged to develop a statewide master plan for the future development of public higher education.
These recommendations include delaying the hiring of an executive director for the public development authority, reducing general fund subsidy of the art and children's museum, the reduction of employee benefit costs, and incorporation of the statutorily allowed 1 percent property tax levy.
The three levels of CBR compliance concerns addressed in the book are statutorily based programs, contract-based relationships, and situations that do not involve formal relationships.
"We urge that CMS ensure that DHCS and the Medi-Cal program have performed their statutorily required due diligence under the Medicaid statute in evaluating the impact of each component provider reduction on beneficiary access," the groups stated.
By January 30, 2008, the Maine Department of Labor will be required to calculate and report livable wages to the state's Legislature, following the enactment of a bill that statutorily defines a livable wage.
The court heard Charlton had failed to install proper ventilation equipment, give his employees adequate protective clothing or report the case of silicosis, which he was statutorily obliged to do.
The bureau acts on the superintendent's behalf in the discharging of his statutorily defined duties to protect the interests of the policyholders and creditors of insurance companies that have been declared impaired or insolvent.
Nearly all states screen company filings for statutorily required information such as the company's name and an address where official notices can be sent, but no states verify the identities of company officials.
The paramount concern of everyone in the insolvency community should be to maintain and enhance the integrity of the statutorily authorized state-based guaranty fund safety net.
In contrast, Ps here have received their statutorily granted tenure rights after a certain requisite number of years of service.
This includes statutorily protected audit work papers created by independent public accounting firms in the course of an audit.