whereunder

whereunder

(ˈwɛərˌʌndə)
adv
archaic under which
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'A contrary conclusion is not possible without doing extreme violence to the words of the Notification and the provisions whereunder it was issued.' The top court further observed that until such an oath is made, the person does not enter into the office of an additional judge, which remains vacant.
This is eligible for the tax holiday benefit whereunder 100 per cent of the profits will be exempt from income-tax for a period of 10 years.
This decision by the Stockholm District Court is reportedly based on a false application, whereunder Goransson requested for bankruptcy himself.
Widely recognized for its leadership in sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility, Imdaad has a well-considered CSR strategy in place whereunder the company devises and implements a diverse range of environmental and social initiatives.
at 1295 ("This approach is in the highest tradition of Federalism whereunder local governments are to carry out their function and responsibilities in a system where every level of government, federal, state and local, is subject to the federal Constitution.").
an act of an administrative authority, whereunder the admission to enforcement is vested in the civil courts;
The findings further said that the complainant has concealed the fact of availing the facility of Manufacturing Bond whereunder his major inputs did not suffer any sales tax.
And that inverted Bowl we call The Sky, Whereunder crawling coop't we live and die, Lift not thy hands to It for help--for It Rolls impotently on as Thou or I.
Whereunder the payment shall be made by the fourteenth of each month in advance, failing which the Court may strike off the defence and decree the suit."
2007) (describing desuetude as a doctrine "whereunder a statute is abrogated by reason of its long and continued nonuse").