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statutory

1. of, relating to, or having the nature of a statute
2. prescribed or authorized by statute
3. of an offence
a. recognized by statute
b. subject to a punishment or penalty prescribed by statute
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Funding from the State of Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services supports NPHF's Statutory Rape Education Project, offering free educational presentations throughout Nevada.
For more information about statutory rape or to schedule a presentation, contact Katie Deines via e-mail: katie@nphf.
In "Raaz 3" as well, a character who smokes would be seen doing so with a statutory warning.
According to the report, the statutory warning is mandatory since Kareena is shown smoking in at least 30 percent of the film.
The current rate of statutory sick pay is pounds 79.
The obligation to pay statutory sick pay is limited to 28 weeks.
One of the most important differences between most contractual sick pay schemes and the statutory sick pay scheme is that the latter provides for 'waiting days'.
This means that the employee will generally not be entitled to receive statutory sick pay during the first three days of any sickness absence.
trial, but the jury handed down an even larger statutory damage award of
Part I reviews the historical purposes of statutory damages for
willful and for profit, and by developing a nonpenal statutory damage
established for statutory damage awards under the Copyright Act of 1976: