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ordinances

Municipal laws.

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The House adopted seven resolutions under Article 128(2)(a) of the Constitution to extend the period of validity of the Punjab Women Protection Authority Ordinance 2017, the Punjab Shehr-e-Khamoshan Authority Ordinance 2017, the Punjab Boilers and Pressure Vessels (Amendment) Ordinance 2017, the Rawalpindi Medical University Ordinance 2017, the Faisalabad Medical University Ordinance 2017, the Nishtar Medical University Ordinance 2017 and the Police Order (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 for a further period of 90 days.
Minister for Mines and Minerals presented 11 ordinances, which included the Punjab Safe Cities Authority Ordinance 2015; the Punjab Local Government (Amendment) Ordinance 2015; the Punjab Forest (Amendment) Ordinance 2015; the Punjab Local Government (Second Amendment) Ordinance 2015; the Punjab Drugs (Amendment) Ordinance 2015; the Punjab Food Authority (Amendment) Ordinance 2015; the Punjab Drugs (Second Amendment) Ordinance 2015; the Punjab Special Protection Unit Ordinance 2015; the Punjab Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Amendment) Ordinance 2015; the Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab Ordinance 2015 and the Punjab Pure Food (Amendment) Ordinance 2015.
The ordinances presented before the Lower House were ordinances number 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12 and 17.
A team of Nepali Congress leaders led by Vice President Ram Chandra Poudel met Prime Minister Prachnada here today and asked him to put on hold the ordinances that are in the pipeline.
Other localities that have passed immigration ordinances are also facing legal battles.
Hotels near Los Angeles International Airport won the first round Wednesday in their legal challenge to a "living wage" ordinance, as a judge ordered the city to delay its implementation.
Connecticut-based land-use lawyer Dwight Merriam estimates there are thousands of similar ordinances in municipalities across the country--most of them conceived 30 to 50 years ago--that are typically designed to prevent single-family residences from being used as boarding or fraternity houses.
Indeed, for other middle-class Baltimoreans who joined the crusades for racial segregation ordinances, Grasty's papers must have been the most widely read analysis of race relations on a global scale.
As your real estate property becomes older, building codes and ordinance change to reflect new standards for construction.
OTIS will give law enforcement comparative information on ordinances, particularly for cities of like size, for the purpose of developing and revising alarm ordinances.
San Francisco joins nine other cities that have enacted green building ordinances requiring LEED certification, says the USGBC.
After working with cities to develop C&D debris diversion programs and reviewing several ordinances already in place, the consulting firm of Hilton, Farnkopf & Hobson, LLC, Newport Beach, Calif.