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Statutory

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.

statutory

adjective according to law, authorized, established, fixed, lawful, legal, legalized, legislative, licit, sanctioned, within the law
Associated concepts: statutory crime
See also: due, forensic, lawful, legal, legislative, legitimate, licit, regular, rightful, valid

statutory

prescribed, authorized or recognized by a STATUTE.
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29, 2016, expands eligibility for the provisional waiver process to all individuals who are statutorily eligible for the waiver of the unlawful presence ground of inadmissibility.
Exclusion items -- income items statutorily excluded for regualr tax or AMTI but includible for E&P computation purposes -- are included in computing ACE net of any allocable deductions.
Deliver the 1095-c forms to the system employees prior to the statutorily mandated due date.
3508, which affords nonemployee status to certain statutorily defined classes of activities.
Some, I am told, including members of the panel which the POB created at the behest of Chairman Levitt, entertain the notion that the board should be established statutorily and given powers to do things it cannot currently do legally; I have fought that.
5 percent because they specifically ignored a statutorily mandated calculation of the Maximum Base Rent increase factor.
The rating reflects the bankruptcy remote, statutorily defined nature of the issuer; ownership of system revenues by the bankruptcy remote New York City Water Board; annual required adjustment of water rates to a level to provide 1.
The service includes: - abduction in statutorily appropriate conditions, - conditioning, - grouping in the (provider in the case of illegal dumping of upgrading operations) - transport to an approved sector, - the treatment of supported materials.
Specific accounting methods are statutorily prescribed for certain taxpayers.
Lastly, the court noted that the statutorily imposed waiver under the Pet Law "is more properly limited to existing pets which are part of a household.
An Illinois circuit court ruling limits the effectiveness of section 30 of the Illinois Public Accounting Act ("the Privity Act"), which defined statutorily the accountant's duty to third parties relying on financial statements.
The Southern Trust is one of five Trusts established as statutorily separate organisations within the HSC family, responsible for the delivery of responsive and effective health and care services and for the ownership and management of hospitals and other establishments and facilities.