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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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Article 4 instructs the Board of Governors of the Central Bank of Oman to issue the regulations and decisions necessary for the enforcement of provisions of this Decree and its attached bylaw.
The Council will develop and seek public feedback on the bylaws during June and July of this year.
94G of how to regulate recreational marijuana use, the Town could have chosen to adopt a general bylaw," Foster wrote in his March 8 decision.
New Illinois tollway bylaws no longer include a process for the board to overturn a veto by the chairman.
The Nursing and Midwifery Specialization and Professional Career Ladder Bylaw No (85) 2016 issued in reference to articles (4,6,13) of the JNC Law No (53) for 2006 was published on 30th of June 2016 in the Official Gazette.
Additional bylaw changes would allow CUNA's board of directors to develop a dues formula that would favor neither small or large credit unions as well as permit the CUNA board to adjust its board from its current maximum of 24 members to a minimum of 12 members.
Shortly after A TP, the Delaware Corporate Council proposed a statute that would forbid any charter or bylaw of a Delaware stock company from imposing monetary liability, or responsibility for any debts of the company, on any corporate stockholder.
(52) With respect to the bylaw powers, the bill repealed the disallowance power and changed the publication requirement for by-laws.
AUBURN -- The special town meeting that began on March 24 concluded Wednesday with all 11 articles approved, including one that adopted new general bylaws and another that revoked the town's previous bylaws.
First, Section 109(b) of the DGCL permits an exclusive forum selection bylaw because it allows a corporation's bylaws to "contain any provision, not inconsistent with law or with the certificate of incorporation, relating to the business of the corporation, the conduct of its affairs, and its rights or powers or the rights or powers of its stockholders, directors, officers, or employees." The court held that forum selection bylaws "easily meet these requirements." Second, forum selection provisions are enforceable against stockholder plaintiffs, even though the bylaws were board-enacted, because bylaws are part of a flexible contractual relationship between stockholders and a corporation.
Nearly a decade ago, work began on examining the WILPF US bylaws and reconciling conflicts.
Current constitution and bylaw revisions under the current legislation: