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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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The commission also finalised by-laws for wedding halls, marquees and schools, sources said.
In this connection, Building Control Section -II (BCS-II) Directorate of the authority has been directed to carry out inspection of private housing societies for implementation of building by-laws, said a press release.
In line with instructions of CDA management, the BCS-II Directorate is conducting inspection of different housing societies, on daily basis, to ensure implementation of building by-laws.
She stated that as part of measures put in place to end open defecation in the district, the Assembly, in its by-laws, has given an ultimatum that by the end of 2019, every household without a toilet facility will face the law.
'The letter had been dispatched to all the owners of commercial buildings to regularize their buildings constructed earlier, while after June 30, no construction of building would be allowed without following the by-laws framed by the authority,' said an official of Planning Commission of the Authority Saeed Ahmed while taking to reporter.
He said according to current by-laws, local councils charge advertising fees for premises (signboard in front of the lot), promotional banners placed outside the premises, advertisements or billboards outside the building, or digital advertisements within the mall.
Hopefully, we will issue some by-laws and circulars that will govern the sector allowing banks to operate on electronic systems.'
Last year, councillors approved the opening of the consultation on the Welsh Government's new land drainage by-laws, which are being brought in to help councils prevent flooding.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that NANB's By-laws be amended to change the name of the Executive Committee to the Governance Committee and to clarify its roles and responsibilities which will now include the Nominating Committee responsibilities.
"The society by-laws provide that Stima Sacco should be represented in the committee of Stima Investment and the Stima Sacco CEO should be an ex-officio in all committee meetings of Stima Investment," the report says.
The Board approved an amendment to the Company's Amended and Restated By-laws to provide that special meetings of the Company's stockholders may be called by the Company's President and shall be called by the President or Secretary at the request in writing of a majority of the Board.
Amendments in by-laws 106 and 124 of the Chartered Accounts By-laws, 1983 were also approved by the cabinet.
The new by-laws will mean buskers under 16 will have to have a parent/ guardian with them and both "circle" acts and noise amplification can't take place until after 6pm.
'The election was conducted in clear violation of the By-Laws of the EAP which stipulate that all members are entitled to vote,' said Coscolluela who has challenged Cojuangco's leadership since 2009.