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statutory

1. of, relating to, or having the nature of a statute
2. prescribed or authorized by statute
3. of an offence
a. recognized by statute
b. subject to a punishment or penalty prescribed by statute
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She further said that, 'the Ministry is presently considering some of the recommendations made by stakeholders in the course of the conference like, extending the validity period for licences issued to places of worship for the celebration of marriages as well as downward review of the fees payable by couples for conduct of statutory marriages in federal marriage registries.'
What happens if an employer refuses to make a statutory redundancy payment?
The AIA rewrote the statutory bar provisions, and there was a question of whether the statutory bar framework governing patent law had been altered by the AIA.
Although the automatic stay provisions of the Code would not prevent a payment default, the holder of a statutory lien is entitled to recover the value of the lien in the bankruptcy proceeding.
| BCUHB fail statutory duty to remain within budget: overspent PS88m in last 3yrs; planned overspend PS35m this year; unauthorised overspend PS8.4m to reduce waiting times for operation.
"It cannot be ascertained whether he was the most qualified and competent statutory manager and whether the S7,200,000 he received the entire period was commensurate to his competency," the report by Ouko reads.A further Sh1,151,722 was spent by Mr Muriithi as business entertainment expenses.
The issue of the guarantee in statutory tenancies was examined by the President of the Rent Control Court in a judgment issued on 4.10.2017, where she analysed the relevant case-law, releasing the guarantor due to the creation of statutory tenancy.
Judge Wu had found that FilmOn X's internet-based retransmission system should be considered a "cable system" under Section 111, and thus was eligible for the cable statutory license.
In the cases of cybersecurity and digital transformation, the evidence suggests that statutory boards are adding few new members with experience in either area, this despite high-profile security breaches in recent years.
"In order to give autonomy to the Public Sector Banks (PSBs) on the issue of selection and appointment of Statutory Central Auditors (SCAs) the work of selection and appointment of SCAs henceforth has been delegated to individual PSBs for the year 2014-15 onwards" an official statement said.
National Parks have a "statutory duty" to "...seek to foster the economic and social well-being of local communities" within the parks.
(a) of the Insurance Ordinance, 2000 had failed to maintain the counsel for the appellant had stated that the appellant met the solvency level requirement as laid down in S.36 of Insurance Ordinance, 2000 and was entitled to exemption of Said statutory deposit in terms of proviso to S.29 of Insurance Ordinance, 2000 Penalty of Rs.3.4 million was imposed on the appellant for having failed to meet the statutory requirement in terms of S.156 of the Insurance Ordinance, 2000