bylaw

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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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He added the draft bye-law as presented creates a health and safety issue "as it is not safe to stand in a grave without supporting sidewalls".
The Bye-laws were amended in 2011 to include Bye-law 51.
TOUGH new bye-laws to ban anti-social behaviour at local reservoirs are on the cards.
The Welshman - named in the British Cycling Federation's long team for the Games - has successfully appealed against a BOA bye-law prohibiting anyone found guilty of a doping offence from consideration for the Olympics.
But the council has a bye-law prohibiting the consumption of alcohol in public - that should now be extended to cover glue sniffing.
To approve an increase in the limit of the Directors' fees as set out in Bye-law 10(11) of the Bye-laws of the Company from US$250,000 to US$490,000 for the financial year 2014 (Directors' fees paid for FY 2013: US$518,904).
For a bye-law to be legally binding the authority must inform the public allowing them to make representations, they must consult with the Garda Commissioner and there must be public consultation.
It was stated in the article that a bye-law to set this anomaly straight would cost pounds 50k to implement.
Metro staff issued fines to 35 people for bye-law offences.
However, under a BOA bye-law athletes who have served doping suspensions are automatically barred from competing in the Olympics.
Fourth, we would vigorously defend any legal challenge to the anti-doping bye-law.
They want the council to pass a bye-law to ban firms based in Coventry from using cabs and drivers licensed by other councils, which they say have lower standards than Coventry.
Protest organiser Nick Fieldhouse said: ``We skied the full length of Lake Windermere, maintaining a respectable 30 to 36mph, and broke the bye-law right under the very noses of those that brought it in.
The additional shares will accommodate the previously announced two-for-one stock split (to be effected in the form of a stock dividend), which was approved by the company's board of directors subject to shareholder approval of the bye-law amendment.
A temporary railway bye-law bans the carrying of intoxicating liquor between certain hours on trains leaving from Merseyrail's five underground stations, from mid-November to Christmas Eve.