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the formal product of a legislative or judicial body

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Meanwhile Schedule 12 to the Local Government Act 1972 sets out a string of preconditions, including that meetings must be advertised with notice and for councillors to be formally summoned.
The committee also approved an amendment to schedule II of the local government act that would empower union councils to charge birth, death, marriage and divorce fees, conservancy charges, fees for licences, sanctions and permits, fees for slaughtering animals, tax on professions, trade-calling and employment, tax on the sale of animals in cattle markets, toll tax on roads, bridges and ferries, parking fees and so on.
Under the Local Government Act, bylaws have to be rubberstamped by the relevant government department.
Provinces agreed that after making certain amendments in their Local Government Acts, they will inform Election Commission of Pakistan which will conduct elections according to the 18th Amendment.
Such standards boards, and the rules requiring councillors to treat everyone with respect, were created by that eminent political partisan and class warrior John Prescott, in the Local Government Act 2000.
BNA (Arlington, VA) has released "New Rules for Lobbyists and Lawmakers," a new report designed to be a guide to The Honest Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007, as well as other recent House and Senate rule changes, including the requirements that lawmakers and other candidates report on campaign money they receive that is "bundled" by lobbyists and that lobbyists disclose in their Lobbying Disclosure Act reports ail direct and indirect contributions to campaigns.
The Openness Promotes Effectiveness in our National Government Act, or OPEN Government Act (S.
and bias," except that it does not--as we noted; federal rules under the Ethics in Government Act (1978) make the distinction.
introduced the OPEN Government Act, one section of which passed the Senate in June as a stand-alone bill.
LWV: The League has been a supporter of the OPEN Government Act (S.
The oneday conference, hosted by a Cardiff council scrutiny committee, was looking into the changes made to councils under the Local Government Act 2000, which separated executive and scrutiny functions.
Controversy still continues in Great Britain over the proposed repeal of Section 28 of the Local Government Act which prohibits the promotion of homosexuality in schools.
The ethics in government act has become the ignorance in government act.
Then the Quebec Act and the Massachusetts Government Act in 1774, supreme British blunders in spatial policy, closed the frontier and interfered in local governance.
While government act like capitalists, seeing trees as piles of lumber and talking of economic growth, woodlot owners often attend to more spiritual needs: cross-country skiing, hunting, birdwatching, or simply the pleasure of owning a piece of wooded land.
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