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bylaw

, bye-law
1. a rule made by a local authority for the regulation of its affairs or management of the area it governs
2. a regulation of a company, society, etc.
3. a subsidiary law
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21) The following are pre-Brosseau decisions that found uses of force by law enforcement officers to be in the "hazy border" between the clearly excessive and the clearly acceptable, therefore entitling the officers to qualified immunity and summary judgment (the lawsuits were dismissed before trial): Carswell v.
In this last regard, Chancery must work according to precedents "warranted by Law in the time of the best gouerning Kings, and most learned Chancellours.
It would have been very hard for a legislature to look at a married couple, both in wheelchairs, and say, `The kind of sex you have is punishable by law.
But, O, ye happy women, whose purity has been sheltered from childhood, who have been free to choose the objects of your affection, whose homes are protected by law, do not judge the poor desolate slave girl too severely
Previously, the officer could contact this individual and learn that he is a registered sex offender, but he was prohibited by law from warning potential victims.
Anything that is not specifically forbidden is permitted by law.
4 million square-feet that was leased by law firms in 1992.