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statutory order

n
(Law) a statute that applies further legislation to an existing act
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With the introduction of the National Curriculum Statutory Orders in 1989 and the subsequent publication of the National Curriculum Council's non-statutory "Curriculum Guidance 5: Health Education" in 1990, a framework had been provided to ensure all pupils had access to all health issues for the first time.
Thirteen statutory orders were also carried out by the committees, including five by the Committee on Institutions (CI).
There were 74 times that people breached statutory orders, and 63 occasions of vehicle theft by children.
All rules, regulations and statutory orders related to trade facilitation are published and made available in the website.
After the public exhibitions, the project will be developed in enough detail to publish the draft Statutory Orders and environmental statement.
Medium term reforms include the introduction of legislation to abolish the Detention and Training Order, addressing the overrepresentation of black and minority ethnic young people in prison, devolving the custody budget to local authorities, reviewing the use of remand, issuing guidance that encourages a flexible and proportionate response to breaches of statutory orders and building on and promoting evidence-based good practice and interventions that work.
Since crop harvesting is almost a quarterly phenomenon sticking to one policy through statutory orders hardly makes sense.
(x) A compendium of all statutory orders and notifications shall be compiled and shall be made available to the public at inexpensive prices.
It is an issue commonly associated with all bureaucracies, principally because part of the reason for the existence of government is to 'regulate,' via laws and statutory orders, and to garner information irrespective of whether we think it is necessary, or pertinent!
In addition decisive efforts to broaden the tax net through elimination of tax exemptions and loopholes granted through Statutory Orders (SROs) are critical to the future of Pakistan's economy.
A favourable planning inspector's report recommending approval of all of the required statutory orders has now been signed-off by the Secretary of State.
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