special legislation

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special legislation

n.
A statute that is not intended to apply uniformly to the community but is directed at a specific portion or aspect within it.
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The newly elected president of the Philippine Councilors League (PCL) Leyte chapter has asked local legislators to pursue formal education to be ready for local legislation.
The Service Provider shall deliver a Pest Control Service that meets the following requirements: Hire of specialist Service Providers to undertake pest controlThe service shall be responsive enough to cope with incidents without jeopardizing the health and safety of the building usersPreventative pest control measures will be provided where required for compliance with local legislation and otherwise where necessary to ensure that the premises remain free of pestsWhen required, the Service Provider will investigate and report accordingly to the Client for every occasion where the building or grounds become subject to pest
Researchers from the University of the Philippines have urged local government units (LGUs) to adopt their scientific studies or update local legislation to solve the country's perennial problems, such as floods, water shortage and diseases.
For the first time in its 76-year tenure, the New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association has tapped someone whose sole purpose is to address the state and local legislation affecting the hospitality industry.
It should be noted that the local development plans of municipalities are developed on the basis of a methodology based on local legislation, international experience.
The local legislation authored by the late councilor Leonardo Avila III was passed in 2010.
The organization continuously monitors federal, state and local legislation and policies that impact the sustainability and growth of Arizona's technology industry.
Further, the seminar participants received answers to many questions of interest related to their work in Qatar and useful legal information about their labor rights guaranteed by local legislation.
Conducted every three years, the award aims to recognize the significant accomplishments in local legislation that contributed to the attainment of a city's socio-economic and environmental management outcomes.
* Risks derived from noncompliance with local legislation: compliance with the local legislation is necessary to ensure the regularity and continuity of any operation.
Jennifer is responsible for our compliance department including federal, state and local legislation changes and industry accreditation.
Strauss discussed the possibility of holding working sessions in several regions across the country with the aim of studying relevant local legislation, as well as highlighting Jordan's experience in improving the human rights situation and implementing recommendations of the upcoming UPR in a way that supports the Kingdom's efforts in this field.