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legislative

1. of or relating to legislation
2. having the power or function of legislating
3. of or relating to a legislature
4. Rare another word for legislature
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The late Rajiv Gandhi committed a monumental mistake in legislatively overturning the Shah Bano judgement of the Supreme Court, which guaranteed maintenance to all Muslim women.
"The legislatively imposed development impact fee is predetermined, based on a specific monetary schedule, and applies to any person wishing to develop property in the district."
The New Year will undoubtedly bring numerous challenges, legislatively and otherwise.
But, the offence becomes legal when it is judicially or legislatively indemnified.
"It's definitely picked up the last few years, both on the ballot measure and legislatively."
National Conference has 15 members in the Legislatively Assembly.
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The FHA is legislatively required to maintain a capital ratio of at least 2.00%.
Roberts served on the legislatively created Corrections and Criminal Justice Task Force in 2013.
"There was work being done at the state level, legislatively, and some federal work with tax credits, but one of the issues that we ran into at our facility was that the tax credit is a year-to-year process, and there was no consistency for the consumer or those bioplants," Troy Hornbeck told Arkansas Business' Austin DuVall.
In 2012, also through ASA Pax Turcica powered awareness efforts, New York became the first state outside of Azerbaijan to legislatively acknowledge Azerbaijani Genocide as a historical fact, when NY State Senate adopted Resolution J3784.
He thus proposes to legislatively add the traditional nobiliary particles of "tegin" for men and "kyzy" for women to the surnames of the citizens.