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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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Funeral director John Linnane and Fine Gael councillor Bill Slattery are leading the charge against the new burial ground draft bye-laws in Clare.
Company Bye-laws The Bye-laws were amended in 2011 to include Bye-law
The bye-laws will also prohibit the consumption of alcohol, overnight camping and the lighting of fires and barbecues, dangerous driving, littering and flytipping.
To re-elect the following Directors retiring pursuant to Bye-law 4(2) of the Bye-laws of the Company to hold office until the next annual general meeting of the Company:
It added the offence took place on December 3, 2010, almost a full month after the amendment to the bye-law had been passed.
Lord Colin Moynihan, the BOA chairman, said: "We would vigorously defend any legal challenge to the anti-doping bye-law.
He said a bye-law wasn't possible because - unlike private hire firms - taxi firms don't have to licence their call centres.
The Lake District has a long association with power boating, and enthusiasts claim the new bye-law on Windermere is a denial of the heritage founded on the exploits of land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell.
Merseyrail is attempting to change this bye-law, so that the carrying of intoxicating liquor in open vessels is not allowed at any point.
This is the first time that Council has co-opted anyone to serve on Council since the bye-law amendments came into force in 2009,""this is great news for Uganda and Africa in general.
for cash pursuant to the authority conferred on them by Bye-law 51.
In his report to next Monday's county convention, Dublin secretary John Costello floated the idea of introducing a bye-law whereby players who transfer to Dublin clubs also have to forsake their allegiance to their home county as well as their club.