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bylaws

Rules of corporate governance.
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According to the bylaws, it must go over to the next regular meeting for action.
To illustrate the equitable limits on bylaws generally, we consider what kind of bylaw would be consistent with equitable principles and adopted and used for a proper purpose.
The second type of by-law power in the Indian Act is the power to enact 'money by-laws' or 'taxation bylaws." These are set out at s 83 of the Act and provide powers for passing taxation, licensing, and certain miscellaneous spending by-laws.
AUBURN -- The special town meeting that began on March 24 concluded Wednesday with all 11 articles approved, including one that adopted new general bylaws and another that revoked the town's previous bylaws.
2013), held that boards of directors of Delaware corporations may adopt exclusive forum bylaws that are binding on stockholders.
GNA's Bylaws Committee is now accepting Bylaws Amendment Proposals.
Nearly a decade ago, work began on examining the WILPF US bylaws and reconciling conflicts.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has issued a royal decree approving the new students evaluation bylaws prepared by the Higher Committee for Educational Policy in line with the modern norms of evaluation.
As advised in May 2013, the CACCN Board of Directors was proposing revisions to the CACCN constitution and bylaws, as well as acceptance of continuation under the new Canada Not-For-Profit Act.
(NASDAQ: VIP) reported its shareholders approved amended and restated bylaws with technical amendments to the company's former bylaws.
The Egyptian Student Union (ESU) formed a committee to amend the universities' governing bylaws issued in 2012.
The Bylaws Committee is in the process of reviewing and revising the MNA Bylaws.