bylaw

  

Definitions (2)

1.Corporate: See articles of association.
2.Governmental: Law, order, regulation, rule, etc., made by a ministry, local authority (a municipality, for example), or public corporation, in accordance with the powers conferred by or delegated under a statue (called the 'parent act'). Also called byelaws or delegated legislation.

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  • You need to always follow an bylaw that is set forth so that you know your business is not breaking any rules.

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  • We had to obey the bylaw, because if we did not, then we would be in for a world of hurt and anguish.

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  • You should try and fully understand every bylaw so that you know that you are not ever breaking any of them.

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