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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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The suggested updates fall into three categories: administrative changes such as clarifying titles to articles or paragraphs and using consistent nomenclature throughout the document: changes that conform the Bylaws to current organizational procedures such as the timing of notice and termination of membership for nonpayment of dues; and updates to reflect policy changes enacted by Council, such as the expansion of the associate member category.
The minister told Petra on Wednesday that this bylaw aims to develop nursing and midwifery services in Jordan in order to protect public and enhance their health through regulating the profession education and practice.
The amended bylaws will be presented to affiliated credit unions during the league's annual meeting on June 2 in Lincoln.
She said the bylaws needed to be updated to match the town's recently changed charter, which left outdated bylaws dealing with the defunct highway surveyor position, cemetery commission and executive secretary, with no bylaws concerning the new Department of Public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.
If the certificate of incorporation grants a board the power to unilaterally amend the corporation's bylaws, as permitted by Section 109(a), then the board may enact bylaws and thereby unilaterally alter the flexible contract.
Additionally, the amendment provides three ways that members, the board, and the Bylaws Committee can present amendment proposals to be voted on annually.
Our existing constitution and bylaws were originally approved by the membership in 1984 with the last revision approved September 2010.
Delegates to the 2013 MNA Convention will received notice of the specific bylaws changes and will have access to review the bylaw proposals electronically 30 days prior to convention as per current bylaws language.
The Community Services Committee recommended the new bylaw at its meeting on Apr.
Students have been calling for changes to the 1979 state university governing bylaws for years, calling them "state security" bylaws, as they restrained students' freedom to hold activities within universities.
Medical Staff Bylaws are a democratic governance set in place and mandated by The Joint Commission.
Based on the Board's feedback, the bylaws were given a good "read," not only for content, but for logical consistency, understandability, reflection of actual practice, language, procedure and redundancy.