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a rule adopted by an organization in order to regulate its own affairs and the behavior of its members

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Among other things, the By-law fixes deadlines by which shareholders must submit a notice of directors' nominations to the Company ("notice") prior to any annual or special meeting of shareholders where directors are to be elected, and sets forth the information that a shareholder must include in the notice.
Effective December 15, 2014, the Board approved the adoption of the Advance Notice By-law.
Mayor Eddy commented that the current zoning by-law still used the term estate residential.
In 2010 as part of the approval process for the redevelopment of Lansdowne, Council approved the repeal of the heritage designation by-law of the Horticulture Building and the relocation of the building.
Ministers rejected the city council's proposal for a by-law banning charity collectors from approaching, following or obstructing pedestrians.
Copies of the resolution and of the draft general by-law may be obtained from the office of Opera Canada, Suite 244,366 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5A 3X9.
A month-long period of consultation will take place before Mr Pickles is then asked to confirm the by-law.
The proposed by-law will permit only passive collecting and ban collectors from approaching, following or obstructing pedestrians.
Abu Dhabi: Parents across the UAE have expressed their hopes that a by-law banning smoking in cars in the presence of children 12 years and younger will soon be passed.
Tobacco companies have been given an ultimatum of three months to carry graphic warnings on cigarette packs being sold in the UAE, even as a stringent by-law of the Federal Tobacco Law will come into effect by the year-end, a top official of the Ministry of Health told XPRESS.
The British Olympic Association's by-law that imposes a lifetime ban on any athlete found guilty of doping is expected to be overturned by the CAS later this week.
The BOA revealed last week they were resigned to defeat in their battle to keep a by-law which has allowed them since 1992 to ban any drug cheats from competing at a future Olympics for life.
The British Olympic Association are now the only national Olympic committee to have such a ban in place, but the organisation's chairman, Colin Moynihan, insisted the by-law could and should stay.
The call comes after members voted overwhelmingly (885 against and 137 in favour) against a proposal to amend the by-law on proxy voting.
During the session, the council approved a draft regulation on children protection and a draft by-law.