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statute law

1. a law enacted by a legislative body
2. a particular example of this
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Bill 24: An Act to Amend the Coroners Act, Bill 25: An Act to Amend the Residential Tenancies Act, Bill 28: Interpretation Act, Bill 29: Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Act, and Bill 30: Health Statutes Law Amendment Act (Cremation Services).
(31) But what makes his article significant, and so the focus of my contribution to this volume, is the attempt to identify the core themes and concerns of Australian statute law and common law respectively in order to explain the nature of their relationship and, most importantly, how it might bear upon three of the major issues which faced the common law in 1992 and, arguably, now: '...(1) the relationship of statute and the common law in the development of fair dealing doctrines; (2) the move to a "common law" Bill of Rights; and (3) a re-examination of the common law's scheme of remedies.' (32) As noted, the focus of my analysis below in Part V will be the second of those issues and what is, arguably, the related development of common law rules of statutory interpretation.
The evolution of statute law does not follow a seamless trajectory of improvement.
And it is not enough to examine the statute law and see how it looks on the books, but to see where it benefits crooks!
Part 2, "Shakespeare's Knowledge of Law: Statute Law, Case Law" includes: Constance Jordan, "Interpreting Statute in Measure for Measure" (101-20); Richard H.
In the two consilia that Kuehn compares, the issue at stake was crucial to the marriage market and its resolution by consilium influenced the drafting of the 1415 statutes, thereby serving as a funnel for the infusion of ius commune into statute law. The jurists were contributors to equity, protecting the rights of citizens in the face of the "pre-eminent values" of perpetuation of the family patrimony and line.
Conwy Chief Executive Iwan Davies: "The rules and procedures that determine what reports should be exempt from the public are set out in Statute Law and in the Council's Constitution and were followed in deciding how to deal with reports relating to the pier.
Punjabs statute law is a role model for other provinces.
The summer floods in Pakistan last year drew renewed attention to that area which borders Afghanistan in which tribal law and custom override statute law and in which al-Qaeda and Taliban forces thrive.
The site, which replaces the Office of Public Sector Information and the Statute Law Database, cost $235,911 to create and consists of 6.5 million web pages and 6.5 million PDF documents.
The online resource has replaced two previous websites - The Office of Public Sector Information (www.opsi.gov.uk) and Statute Law Database (www.statutelaw.gov.uk) - to deliver "an integrated and responsive service and better value to the taxpayer", according to its providers.
statute law" would be endorsed by member countries.