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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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She said the bylaws needed to be updated to match the town's recently changed charter, which left outdated bylaws dealing with the defunct highway surveyor position, cemetery commission and executive secretary, with no bylaws concerning the new Department of Public Works.
8, 2014)--the company's bylaw provided for exclusive jurisdiction in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina or, if that court lacks jurisdiction, any North Carolina state court with jurisdiction.
Also, carefully read the materials on these two and all other proposed Bylaw changes and amendments.
As advised in May 2013, the CACCN Board of Directors was proposing revisions to the CACCN constitution and bylaws, as well as acceptance of continuation under the new Canada Not-For-Profit Act.
Continued update of bylaws with Election Committee language in appropriate sections.
The county updated other areas of its cemetery bylaw and will allow a proper public notification and a comment period before registering it with the Ministry of Consumer Services.
We had to carry out a study to determine how much had been invested in the country by manufacturers before deciding on the bylaw," she explained.
The bylaws will come into force from the next day of their publication in the official gazette.
At the advice of the ONS Parliamentarian and legal counsel, and after benchmarking the Society against community standards, it was deemed necessary to propose a modernization of the ONS bylaws as they currently stand to better reflect contemporary language and standards.
The only legal course the Weigels really have via the Municipal Act (they can't appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board) is to prove that the bylaw establishing the charges was passed with improper motives, the intent to defraud or oppress.
It also requires that bylaw changes initiated by petition cannot pass without approximately 2,800 votes, instead of just a majority of the voting membership.
1 of the bylaws shall become automatically suspended upon the mailing of a notice of such suspension, as provided in paragraph <begin strikethrough>(5)<end strikethrough> (6) of this resolution.