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statute

A law enacted by a state or by the federal government.

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Funding from the State of Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services supports NPHF's Statutory Rape Education Project, offering free educational presentations throughout Nevada.
According to the report, the statutory warning is mandatory since Kareena is shown smoking in at least 30 percent of the film.
While we agree that there should be a language requirement for the registration of new practitioners under the statutory regulatory scheme, a special exemption or transitional arrangement under the 'Grandparenting' scheme should be in place to allow those practitioners, who have practiced in the UK for many years but do not speak perfect English, to continue to practice under the statutory regulation.
The obligation to pay statutory sick pay is limited to 28 weeks.
While a statutory demand is often cheaper and more efficient than going down the county court route, businesses should be aware that a debtor can apply to court to set it aside if there is a substantial dispute over the money owed.
The IRS indicated that consolidating or amalgamating entities continuing in a resulting corporation do not prevent a consolidation or an amalgamation from qualifying as a statutory merger or consolidation, although it intends to study further the appropriate characterization of such transactions in the context of Sec.
Secured Notes: The company issues senior, secured notes initially, and from time to time thereafter in additional amounts (or all up-front, depending on the terms of the securitization), and invests most (if not all) of the proceeds in the captive reinsurer, enabling it to satisfy the statutory reserve requirement of the policy block, pursuant to the terms of the reinsurance agreement.
Bellmarc Property Management, the Appellate Division, First Department in Manhattan unequivocally held that a union's clear and unmistakable waiver of an employee's right to file a statutory discrimination claim in court is enforceable.
WPK's Veidt points out: "With the new Public Oversight Board on Statutory Auditors, the German legislature anticipates the EU requirements as proposed for a modernized Auditor Directive.
Case law suggests that statutory holiday entitlement also continues to accrue during additional maternity leave.
Although child abuse is covered widely in most legal and ethical texts, a review of nine popular legal and ethical texts revealed no discussion about rape, statutory rape, and the legal distinctions between these and sexual abuse and consenting intercourse.
In a concise and compact four-by-six-inch book, Ronald Benton Brown, professor of law at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center, and Sharon Jacobs Brown, a certified mediator and consultant, have provided a handy guide to the proper methods and tools of statutory interpretation.