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by-law

[ˈbaɪlɔː] Nordenanza f municipal

by-law

bye-law [ˈbaɪˌlɔ] nordinanza locale
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They have provided a system which for terse comprehensiveness surpasses Justinian's Pandects and the By-laws of the Chinese Society for the Suppression of Meddling with other People's Business.
The statement said the government held several meetings with the JTA to reach solutions to its demands, which resulted to agreeing on adopting Educational Professions By-law that allows bonuses of up to 250 percent depending on the performance quality.
Residents living in a remote Highland glen are calling for a council by-law to bring to an end all-night parties, bonfires and discarded rubbish.
In addition, other matters that were approved by the affirmative vote was the appointment of UHY McGovern Hurley LLP as the company's auditors; approval of its name change to "Apollo Health Corp"; and approval, ratification and confirmation of the company's Advance Notice By-Law (By-Law No 2).
"The Hingham Town Meeting adopted Article 28 of the 1989 Annual Town Meeting Warrant that amended the Hingham General By-Laws by adding a new section to Article XV entitled 'Article XV-P Fire Prevention Codes' (1989 General By-Law).
He pleaded guilty at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court to fishing within the NIFCA district on a number of occasions without a current, valid commercial shellfish permit, contrary to the by-law.
He pleaded guilty last month at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court to fishing within the NIFCA district on a number of occasions without a current, valid commercial shellfish permit, contrary to the by-law.
The government will issue a by-law that will regulate the work and licensing of private schools and regulate their fees, Prime Minister Omar Razzaz said on Tuesday.
By-law 7 of the ITF Constitution stipulates that the ITF Board of Directors may investigate or bring a complaint against a national association for 'apparent breach of the Constitution or failure to represent the game of tennis adequately.
"This is the law that governs the BCCI issued under a royal decree in 2012 and subsequently endorsed under an executive by-law by the government.
To put it in place, Nuneaton had to repeal a by-law which was made after the Second World War.
I can only assume holidaymakers have brought their pooches with them and are just ignoring the local by-law with seeming impunity.