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Synonyms for decree

Synonyms for decree

a principle governing affairs within or among political units

an authoritative or official decision, especially one made by a court

to set forth expressly and authoritatively

to make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law

Synonyms for decree

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Till such a time that these bylaws are issued, the regulations and decisions in force shall continue to be applied without prejudice to the provisions of this decree and the attached Law.
All decrees should be published in the Official Gazette and considered valid from the dates of their assigned validities.
Article 1 of the Decree ratifies the aforesaid convention as per the attached text.
Decree laws issued in accordance with Article 38 of the Constitution, which include Decree Law No 20 of 2013 on amending a number of provisions of Law No 85 of 2006 on the protection of the society from terrorist acts, and Decree Law No 21 for the year 2013 on raising fund for public purposes.
22) of 2013 stipulates replacing Article (11) of Decree Law No.
A decree nominating Nizar Ismael Mousa as Tartous Governor.
After four years or after the local or state government official who provided consent leaves office (whichever comes sooner), a state or local government could ask the federal court to modify or vacate the decree.
The timing is considered crucial as the city tries to persuade Feess to lift the consent decree, imposed in the wake of the Rampart Division scandal.
A Convention adoption subject to the IAA will be final for Federal income tax purposes in the (1) tax year for which the Secretary of State certifies as final an adoption subject to IAA Section 301(b); or (2) year in which the state court enters a final decree of adoption (IAA Section 301(c)).
Code 42, Section 14141, along with some drastic consequences for law enforcement administrators should such a decree be levied.
In 1995 a state court entered a final divorce decree requiring him to make 113 monthly alimony payments to his ex-wife totaling $117,000 from September 1994 through January 2004.
Described as a "defensive measure against Communist acts of violence," the decree announced that in light of the terrorist attack on the Reichstag, "restrictions on personal liberty, on the right of free expression of opinion, including freedom of th e Press; on the rights of assembly and association; violations of the privacy of postal, telegraphic, and telephonic communications; warrants for house searches; orders for confiscation as well as restrictions on property, are permissible beyond the legal limits otherwise prescribed.
In a class action, female prisoners at a stat prison secured a consent decree that addressed health care concerns.
Of particular interest to Catholics in the Archdiocese of Ottawa is the promulgation in June 2000 of Archbishop Marcel Gervais' Decree on Blessed Sacrament Chapels.
or senate president to ask the court to rule whether a decree has