bylaw

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A law or rule governing the internal affairs of an organization (e.g., corporation or business)
A rule made by a local authority to regulate its own affairs
A local custom or law of a settlement or district
A law or rule governing the internal affairs of an organization
In this sense the word has probably been influenced by by, meaning secondary or aside
A law made by the municipal level of government
A law that is less important than a general law or constitutional provision, and subsidiary to it; a rule relating to a matter of detail; as, civic societies often adopt a constitution and by- laws for the government of their members
{i} ordinance of a municipality or community (also byelaw)
A law made by a municipal government
A local or subordinate law; a private law or regulation made by a corporation for its own government
A bylaw is a law which is made by a local authority and which applies only in their area. The by-law makes it illegal to drink in certain areas
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a standing rule governing the regulation of the internal affairs of a corporation or organization
A bylaw is a rule which controls the way an organization is run. Under the company's bylaws, he can continue as chairman until the age of 70
The local labor union's set of rules All members of the union are bound by these rules
bye law
a rule made by a local authority to regulate its own affairs
byelaw
{i} ordinance of a municipality or community (also bylaw)
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Rules and regulations that govern a homeowner’s association or corporation
bylaws
Rules and regulations that govern a homeowner's association or corporation
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Bylaws are the rules and regulations adopted by a corporation for its internal governance It usually contains provisions relating to shareholders, directors, officers and general corporate business At the corporation's initial meeting the bylaws are adopted Bylaws are a private document not filed with any state authority Bylaws are more flexible than the articles of incorporation because they are easier to amend
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Expenditure Responsibility Operating Foundation Tax-Exempt Organization
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Bylaws are a codification of the rules that some organisation follows Some, such as the ASF bylaws, are legally binding and have significance outside the organisation Others, such as the Jakarta bylaws, are only meaningful within the community and are only as binding as the community itself makes them The bylaws of an organisation within the ASF may not contradict those of the ASF proper; any such conflicting parts in the organisation bylaws are necessarily null and void
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Guidelines for the operation of a nonprofit corporation, developed according to state law requirements Bylaws often provide the methods for the selection of directors, the creation of committees and the conduct of meetings
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Rules governing the internal operation of a nonprofit corporation Bylaws often provide the methods for the selection of directors, the creation of committees, and the conduct of meetings
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The governing regulations of a HOA dealing with routine operational, administrative, and management matters of the property Also outline what rules of parliamentary or democratic procedure are to be used at HOA Meetings
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Rules governing the operation of a nonprofit corporation Bylaws often provide the methods for the selection of directors,the creation of committees and the conduct of meetings Topic areas: Governance
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(US) - the rules and regulations of a company, setting out shareholders' rights, directors' duties, etc
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Bylaws of the University Senate, Approved by the Faculty, November 17, 1978; regularly amended
bylaws
a set of regulations by which an organization conducts its activities
bylaws
A legal document stating certain self-imposed rules adopted for the regulation of an organization's own actions Since it is a required element when forming a corporation, Bylaws are a form of agreement or contract between the corporation and its owners to conduct itself in a certain way While for a commercial business the owners are its shareholders, the ownership of a nonprofit corporation belongs to the public as represented by the NPO's Board of Trustees and the government
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The rules and regulations that a homeowners association or corporation adopts to govern activities
bylaws
A set of regulations by which an organization conducts its business
bylaws
The document that contains the ground rules by which a company is run Bylaws normally establish such matters as the titles and duties of executive officers, the timing and procedures for board meetings, and the manner for conducting the annual shareholder meeting
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The rules adopted by the members or by the board of directors or a corporation or other organization for its government Bylaws must not be contrary to the laws of the land, and affect only the members of the given corporation or organization; they do not apply to third parties
bylaws
Rules and regulations a homeowners association or corporation adopts to govern their activities
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Collection of formal, written rules governing the conduct of a CORPORATION'S affairs (such as what officers it will have, what their responsibilities are, and how they are to be chosen) Bylaws are approved by a corporation's stockholders, if a stock corporation, or other owners, if a non-stock corporation (See GOVERNING DOCUMENTS ) Top of Page
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A set of policies that act as a corporation's constitution
bylaws
rules under which a corporation is governed These rules can be amended as provided by state law and the bylaws Rules and regulations under which a board of directors operate a corporation
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The rules of an organization such as a corporation or partnership
bylaws
plural of bylaw
bylaws
Rules or laws adopted by an association or corporation to govern its actions
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The regulations of a corporation that, subject to statutory law and the articles of incorporation, provide the basic rules for the conduct of the corporation's business and affairs
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Regulations, ordinances, rules or laws adopted by an association or corporation or the like for its internal governance Bylaws define the righs and obligations of various officers, persons or groups within the corporate structure and provide rules for routine matters such as calling meetings and the like Most state corporation statutes contemplate that every corporation will adopt bylaws Bylaws are generally easily amended
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    /ˈbīˌlô/ /ˈbaɪˌlɔː/

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    (noun.) 14th century. Alteration of byrlaw, but popularly interpreted as by- +‎ law.

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