legislative act


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My goal was to have people think about how, when they take a legislative act, it affects people's lives," Murphy says.
When applied to judicial review, it means that the court must uphold the constitutionality of a legislative act if it is "not arbitrary" or has a "rational basis.
In the view of both courts, Bogan and Roderick were not entitled to absolute immunity, because the ordinance was an individually targeted administrative act and not a neutral legislative act incidentally resulting in the elimination of Scott-Harris' position.
Softer admissibility rules introduced by the Lisbon Treaty cannot be applied to legislative acts, the EU Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled, on 4 October (Case C-583/11 P), confirming the General Court's verdict on the non-admissibility of an action calling for the anulment of the EU regulation on trading in seal products.
These should be specified in the basic legislative act.
A legislative act may delegate to the Commission the power to adopt non legislative acts of general application to supplement or amend certain non-essential elements of the legislative act.
Since EC Regulation 1288/2009 expires on 30 June 2011 and in the absence of a legislative act laying down permanent technical measures, the Commission proposed to extend the duration of this regulation for another 18 months, ie until 1 January 2013.
The second draft regulation disputes the claims made on behalf ofaCatalgine concerning the alleged reduction of hot flushes in children, while the third legislative act seeks to modify the annexes to Directive 95/2/CE concerning food additives other than colours and sweeteners.
According to Article 290, a legislative act may delegate to the Commission the power to adopt non-legislative acts to supplement or amend certain non-essential elements of the legislative act.
For adopted legislation: the Committee of the Regions of the EU may turn to the Court of Justice if it finds that a legislative act infringes upon the principle of subsidiarity (see separate article).
This legislative act, in compliance with Article 92 of the Treaty, recommends that member states implement the Commission's recommendations and produce an evaluation report by the end of the year in line with the revised Lisbon Strategy.
The standard draft legislative act on labor migration in EurAsEC member states was adopted at the 10th session of the EurAsEC Interparliamentary Assembly in St.
This is largely an exercise in codification, designed to simplifying Community law by integrating all amendments to a legislative act into a new consolidated text.
Co-regulation is defined as a mechanism whereby a Community legislative act entrusts the attainment of the objectives defined by the legislative authority to parties which are recognised in the field (e.
the legal entity that is in the process of liquidation of the reorganization (with the exception of the legal entity to which another legal entity joins) or recognized as economically insolvent (bankrupt) in the procedure established by legislative acts - an individual entrepreneur who is in the stage of termination of activity or recognized as economically insolvent (bankrupt) in the manner prescribed by legislative acts-a supplier (contractor, executor) included in the list of suppliers (contractors, performers) temporarily not allowed to participate in public procurement procedures, a person who provided false information about himself.
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