bylaw


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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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Article 1 stipulates that a centre to be named Oman Credit and Financial Information Centre will be established and affiliated to the Central Bank of Oman, and that the centre will be governed by the bylaw attached to this Decree.
Attorneys for the developer, Valley Green Grow, feared that if Foster had allowed a general bylaw to trump Charlton's previously approved zoning bylaw, it would place at risk the investments in cannabis businesses across the state, leaving them vulnerable to challenges by residents able to muster enough support to get a majority vote at a Town Meeting to undo long-laid plans.
A FOIA request from the Daily Herald for minutes of the ad hoc bylaw committee meetings was denied, with the tollway saying there were no records available.
The minister told Petra on Wednesday that this bylaw aims to develop nursing and midwifery services in Jordan in order to protect public and enhance their health through regulating the profession education and practice.
About 35 people attended an overview of the proposed bylaw changes that would allow for the first time credit unions to join either their state league, CUNA or both organizations.
In this Article, we show that the Delaware legislature's decision to prohibit fee-shifting bylaws and to allow forum-selection bylaws is consistent with the equitable limits placed on any such bylaw under Delaware case law, including those articulated by ATP itself.
The Labor Ministry has urged all companies having more than 10 workers to set out a bylaw to protect the rights of employees.
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.
In an effort to control the phenomena of multi-forum litigation, in which plaintiffs bring the same suit in multiple jurisdictions simultaneously, corporations have been adopting, either by charter amendment or bylaw approval, exclusive forum and/ or fee-shifting provisions.
This new approach requires members to vote on all Bylaw changes.
Articles of Continuance, Special Resolution and Bylaw No.
Muscat, Dec 18 (ONA) The Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs issued a new bylaw for the protection of ozone layer.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-September 26, 2013-VimpelCom shareholders approve bylaw amendments(C)1994-2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com