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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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During a previous meeting, the commission finalised by-laws for commercial buildings, increasing the number of storeys in markazes and industries and trade centres.
In line with instructions of CDA management, BCS-II Directorate was conducting inspection of different housing societies, on daily basis, to ensure implementation of building by-laws.
When contacted, Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin told Malay Mail that she was studying the current local council by-laws first.
The existing by-laws were found to be outdated and focussed mostly on main rivers, making them unsuitable for local authorities to manage the risk of flooding.
WHEREAS the NANB By-laws currently state that notice of meetings and resolutions to be voted upon must be mailed to each member at least two (2) weeks prior to the date of the meeting;
"The elections of the committee should be held immediately through secret ballot method as stipulated in the society by-laws to avoid intimidation and rigging," the report concludes.
"We fought the implementation of these by-laws every step of the way, and now we will continue our fight.
Coscolluella, a former party list Representative, said the By-Laws make no distinction between regular and associate members.
Islamabad -- The Capital Development Authority Board on Monday approved the by-laws for construction of commercial apartments astride major roads of the capital.
Islamabad -- The apex court on Tuesday observed that if by-laws not implemented then responsibility would be held on Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA).
Haggerty also reminded PHILTA that ITF is still expecting a full response to the issues raised in its October 20, 2017 letter such as the amendment of by-laws, submission of reports on the tennis activities and accomplishments in the past 3 years, among other concerns.
The Kabayan 'board of trustees' that supposedly expelled me-formed by Ron Salo, the party's second nominee-is illegal as its existence is not provided for in the party's constitution and by-laws.