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statute

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

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He noted that the conference was aimed at creating more awareness on issues surrounding the conduct of valid statutory marriage as well as bringing about conformity with the law and uniformity in the activities of the Marriage Registries across the nation.
In its Helsinn decision, the Supreme Court clarified that the AIA did not alter the statutory bar for secret or private sales.
The statutory lien applies only to ad valorem tax revenues and applies both to GO bonds previously issued and to be issued in the future.
Why are 'statutory duties' completely ignored by our Health Board?
Blue Shield, which was incorporated in December 4, 1983 was placed under receivership on September 15, 2011, and Mr Muriithi appointed the statutory manager, where he served until July 4, 2014.The report noted that in December 2012, Mr Muriithi increased his salary to Sh1.6 million per month and paid himself S00,000 per month for 19 months, over and above the approved remuneration.
After the lapse of the third year, the tenant remained in possession of the premises and became statutory. The guarantor guaranteed together with the tenant compliance with the terms of the tenancy agreement and for the punctual payment of the rent until full payment and delivery of the premises to the landlord.
Courts in the Second Circuit, the Southern District of New York, the District of Columbia, and the Northern District of Illinois had all found that internet-based retransmission services like FilmOn X do not meet the statutory definition of a "cable system" in the Copyright Act.
As the example of Santander suggests, advisory boards may be created to supplement the statutory board's knowledge on any issue deemed important to the company's future and provide access to leading experts on those issues.
Number of statutory auditors varies based on the size of the balance sheet of a bank.
They continually state their "purposes" but never seem to mention their "statutory duty" to park residents and businesses.
Appellant was also called upon to make good short fall of Rs.26 million within specified period-Appellant had filed appeal against impugned order Appellant Bench would have taken lenient view; had the appellant submitted the statutory deposit before the date of hearing of the present appeal, appellant had failed to do so Requirement of law might to have been met, if the appellant was to continue worrying on business of Insurance Representative of appellant asserted that a further amount of 3.3 million had been deposited to make up the shortfall of the statutory deposit.
an annual statutory audit of about 45,000 businesses.