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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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Sgt Neil Northend said: "There are serious messages behind the bye-laws, not least to save people''s lives.
Funeral director John Linnane and Fine Gael councillor Bill Slattery are leading the charge against the new burial ground draft bye-laws in Clare.
Solicitor Robert Younger who represents Fish Legal said: "It is hardly surprising that the Council has not received any evidence in support of a bye-law for the simple reason that they have not asked for any despite my repeated requests to be allowed to do exactly this.
Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown authority's 2007 bye-laws failed to include a reference to a particular road signage code, RRM016, meaning all fines issued under it are invalid.
Senior Merseyside police officers have told council officials the existing bye-law to combat serious assaults and attacks using glass bottles and glasses, has been a huge success in Liver pool.
It seems council officers are looking closely at the bye-law which prohibits spitting in a public hall, public waiting room or place of public entertainment.
The proposed bye-law could indeed have that effect if anyone was available to enforce it.
It was the TORIES on Luton Council which introduced the bye-law 20 years ago and LABOUR which later decided it was too silly to be enforced.
Hawkers in Serowe had stated that they were not happy with the poor consultation and conduct displayed by the Serowe Administrative Authority bye-law enforcement officers during the festive season by raiding their operations.
A temporary railway bye-law bans the carrying of intoxicating liquor between certain hours on trains leaving from Merseyrail's five underground stations, from mid-November to Christmas Eve.
Lahore, September 30, 2009 (Frontier Star): During its campaign against illegal constructions on residential plots, the staff of the Town Planning Wing of Lahore Development Authority demolished four building in Johar Town, here, Wednesday, which had been erected in violation of building bye-law of LDA.
Meanwhile, Chambers is considering bidding to have his lifetime Olympics ban lifted by challenging the British Olympic Association bye-law that bars athletes who fail drugs test from competing in subsequent Games.