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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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They voted to support the creation of a new byelaw as suggested by the newly-named Welsh Government's "model byelaw" which covers current infection control advice and industry practice.
Cllr Philip Evans proposed the creation of the new byelaw and Cllr Bob Squire seconded the proposal.
Newcastle City Council has been asked to draw up a byelaw by Capital Shopping Centres, which runs the Eldon Square complex.
This follows the recent announcement of similar byelaws on the River Wye and is aimed at allowing more migratory fish to survive and spawn upstream to produce more juvenile fish to boost the population in these rivers, where the salmon and sea trout fishing has been improving over recent years and EA Wales has invested in building fish passes and removing barriers so that fish can move upriver for spawning.
The byelaws require the mandatory release of all salmon and sea trout caught by anglers on both rivers.
The Local Government Byelaws (Wales) Bill seeks to simplify the procedures for the making and enforcement of local government by-laws.