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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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In its February newsletter, the Nebraska Credit Union League board of directors announced that it voted to amend the association's bylaws that would allow credit unions to join either the league, CUNA or both organizations.
Mark Maass, chairman of the Bylaw Committee, thanked those present for bylaw approval, noting that the committee had met for more than three years to prepare the bylaws.
First, Section 109(b) of the DGCL permits an exclusive forum selection bylaw because it allows a corporation's bylaws to "contain any provision, not inconsistent with law or with the certificate of incorporation, relating to the business of the corporation, the conduct of its affairs, and its rights or powers or the rights or powers of its stockholders, directors, officers, or employees.
As provided in the GNA Bylaws the offices to be elected in 2015 are:
Yet, the Bylaws we have been operating under state that only the board of directors can amend the Bylaws.
On behalf of the National Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, this letter provides notice to all members of the proposed revision to the association's current constitution and bylaws and the changes under the new Canada Not-For-Profit Act.
Continued update of bylaws with Election Committee language in appropriate sections.
The county is poised to approve a new cemetery bylaw that will allow inscriptions and etchings on the back of headstones.
The Egyptian Student Union will have the ultimate decision on the passing of the bylaws.
Medical Staff Bylaws are a democratic governance set in place and mandated by The Joint Commission.
Based on the Board's feedback, the bylaws were given a good "read," not only for content, but for logical consistency, understandability, reflection of actual practice, language, procedure and redundancy.
The bylaws also curb the cultivation and manufacturing of tobacco in the country.
The bylaws election is closed and all the ballots are in.
MUSCAT: Sayyid Ali bin Hamoud bin Ali Al Busaidi, minister of the Diwan of Royal Court, and chairman of the Civil Service Council, yesterday approved the new executive bylaws of the Civil Service Law and the Jobs Classification and Arrangement System.
The provision of the bylaws are stimulating with relation to giving bonuses.