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by-law

[ˈbaɪlɔː] Nordenanza f municipal

by-law

bye-law [ˈbaɪˌlɔ] nordinanza locale
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Initially we applied for a permit with the Bye-Law office on February 5 and it was approved on February 9.
But Blackpool Council are considering a new bye-law which will ban sellers as part of a crack down on anti-social behaviour.
Anglers caught fishing without a rod licence face a maximum fine of PS2,500, and bye-law offences now carry a maximum fine of PS50,000.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 26, 2013-VimpelCom announces shareholders approval of bye-law amendments at SGM(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
A company spokesman said they hoped that the introduction of a bye-law prohibiting anyone from entering its reservoirs will help to protect lives and ensure no one dies.
With regard to the FD, bye-law 11 requires a CIMA member to report to CIMA any facts or matters which cause them reasonably to believe that another member or registered student may have been guilty of misconduct, as defined in bye-law 1 (see the members section of the CIMA website).
They might not have called it "anti-social behaviour" but our predecessors from the late Victorian period through to the 1950s and beyond definitely had more than their fair share of trouble-makers, bye-law breakers and reprobates.
Bikers are still gathering on the pounds 3 million revamped Bancroft Gardens despite a bye-law preventing them from doing so.
Other decrees include Resolution 30/R of 2009 amending the brokers' bye-law, including Article 1 and 17 of the bye-law which allow a brokerage company to invest in shares.
However, under a BOA bye-law athletes who have served doping suspensions are barred from competing in the Olympics.
Again, under the Bye-Law to Rule 61, there are strict controls on any form of publicity or propaganda--commercial or otherwise--that may appear on athletes or other participants, their clothing or equipment during the Games.
The Welshman - named in the British Cycling Federation's long team for the Games - has successfully appealed against a BOA bye-law prohibiting anyone found guilty of a doping offence from consideration for the Olympics.