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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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Lochaber area committee chairman Andrew Baxter described Glen Etive as "party central" as he vowed to raise the issue with his colleagues in a bid to reopen a debate on creating a local by-law to curb anti-social behaviour.
Essentially, this provision allows the court to issue an advisory opinion regarding the validity or extent of a municipal by-law. The scope of such an opinion, however, is not unlimited.
NIFCA's chief officer, Al Browne, said: "Northumberland IFCA and its officers take the breach of any NIFCA by-law very seriously, particularly one such as this which is designed to conserve and protect fishing stocks for current and future generations of fishermen, as well as for the benefit of the marine environment.
The by-law, which the government is working on, will control and regulate the process and govern any increase in fees by the private schools, Razzaz stated, adding that it will make it obligatory for all private schools to pay teachers' salaries through bank accounts.
Haggerty also reminded PHILTA that ITF is still expecting a full response to the issues raised in its October 20, 2017 letter such as the amendment of by-laws, submission of reports on the tennis activities and accomplishments in the past 3 years, among other concerns.
"The meeting also reviewed the executive by-law as well as BCCI's programmes for the rest of its term and measures to get more involved with the private sector and ways to support the national economy."
Following the ground breaking move by Nuneaton, other authorities also repealed the by-law to enable them to have outdoor condom vending machines.
When is this by-law going to be enforced and why should the rest of us have to put up with piles of disgusting, germ-ridden dog waste on our beaches?
KUWAIT, May 2 (KUNA) -- The Cabinet on Tuesday affirmed that members of the National Assembly enjoy the right to interpellate ministers according to the Constitution and the Parliament by-law. Reading a statement after the weekly Cabinet session, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs and Acting Minister of Information Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah said the ministers examined the address from National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Ali Al-Ghanim to His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah, attached with the interpellation motion filed by MP Shuaib Al-Muwaizri to Minister of State for Housing and Minister of State for Services Yasser Abul.
Members of all classes and their visitors are welcome (By-law 39).
A majority of 403 members voted in favour of the internal by-law. The by-law was submitted directly to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi for approval immediately after the vote.
19 (BNA): Information and Parliament Affairs Minister Isa Abdulrahman Al Hammadi emphasised the government's full readiness to discuss the parliament's agenda as per the council's internal by-law. He pointed out the attendance of the government's representatives and their waiting for the session to convene today.
Cllr David Smith, cabinet member for public realm, said: "There are signs in place to advise people of the by-law in place and we thank people for adhering to the by-law, to make sure that everyone enjoys their beach experience."
By-law Number 1 of TransCanada Corporation, approved February 13, 2015.