sunset clause


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sunset clause

or

sunset provision

n
1. (Law) chiefly US and Canadian a provision of a law that it will automatically be terminated after a fixed period unless it is extended by law
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly US and Canadian a provision of a law that it will automatically be terminated after a fixed period unless it is extended by law
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On the other hand, IPC is concerned about the sunset clause and proposed changes in regional content requirements for automobiles, both of which create uncertainties.
Changes to sunset clauses under the new laws now means developers can only exercise a sunset clause with written consent from the buyer, or by an order of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
The courts were given a two-year constitutional cover as both houses of the parliament passed the 21st constitutional amendment with the inclusion of a sunset clause. The courts were granted extension for another two years by the parliament in March 2017, which comes to an end on March 31
When we can't reform our judicial system why not incorporate military courts as a panacea without a sunset clause?
With the advent of the Sahiwal mishap and the mini-budget, an important issue has escaped national attention- that concerning the extension of the military courts, under the sunset clause of the 21st amendment to the constitution.
As part of the sales tax proposal, a sunset clause has been attached stating the sales tax will be removed when the project is paid for.
I would also suggest that there should be a sunset clause in the Population Control Law that after a certain time {say ten or so years, when our country develops enough} people should be allowed to give birth to more than two babies.
'A sunset clause of 20 years is included in the amendment with an option for extension for one further fixed period of 10 years as it is expected that by that time, enormous gains will have been made with regard to gender parity in elected MPs,' the Bill reads.
The discussion focused on two key issues in the European Commission proposal: the scope of taxable services and the question of the expiry of the regulation- the so-called "sunset clause," said the Council in a statement.
'I don't think we overlooked it because this is a fund of coconut farmers, it came from them,' Drilon said, adding, 'there is a sunset clause. It was not overlooked.
As many as 10 reserved seats for women were first introduced in the 1977 election via a sunset clause in the Constitution.
It's no longer what the United States was putting first in any way," Seade said of the sunset clause outside the U.S.