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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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Additionally, she said the new bye-law also required that every dog should have a microchip after being licensed.
Sgt Neil Northend said: "There are serious messages behind the bye-laws, not least to save people''s lives.
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.
He added the draft bye-law as presented creates a health and safety issue "as it is not safe to stand in a grave without supporting sidewalls".
The casual vacancy will be until the close of the AGM 2012, as prescribed by bye-law 39(b).
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.
The BOA are conducting a review of doping procedures and the issue of the bye-law will be considered, but this will not be completed until 2009.
Parts of the city centre are currently covered by a bye-law giving police power to control drinking of alcohol in the streets.
In 1898 a bye-law confronted some of these problems by forbidding residents from emptying their chamber pots on the road and from shaking their rugs or mats on the highway.
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.
Sir, - Is the Post not overstating things in claiming (Apr 8) that 'New law would halt street pests in the city?' 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.