ordinance

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} emir
{i} talimatname
yasa
düzen
yönetmelik
ferman
buyruk
{i} yazgı
{i} alın yazısı
vazgı
{i} ayin
yasa/hüküm
{i} düzen, kural
karar
hüküm
military government ordinance
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Englisch - Englisch
a local law or regulation
a religious practice or ritual prescribed by the church
{n} a book of rites
{a} noting due order
an authoritative rule
A regulation established by a local government to enforce, control, or limit certain activities
1 A local law that applies to persons and things subject to the local jurisdiction Usually it is an act of a city council or similar body that has the same force as a statute when it is duly enacted
A local law, regulation, or decree enacted by a city council or other similar body under powers delegated to it by the state
Rank; order; station
  A formal legislative enactment of the Board of Supervisors   It has the full force and effect of law within County boundaries unless pre-empted by state or federal law   An ordinance has a higher legal standing than that of a Resolution
The legislative act of a local legislature or municipal commission Puts the force of law under city charter but is a lower order of law than a statute of the national or state legislature
(förordning) Binding regulation issued by the Government, for example the provisions governing the operations of central government authorities
A written law enacted by the legislative body of a county, city or town
{i} that which has been ordained; law, statute; regulation; command
Written directive or act of a governing body Has the full force and effect of law within the local government's boundaries, provided it does not conflict with a state statue or constitutional provision See "Resolution"
A rule or by-law enacted by a local government
A term used to describe the specific observances of the church: The Lord's Supper and baptism This term is used to distance a protestant view from the Roman Catholic view of the sacraments, although some protestant groups still utilize the term "sacraments " (see sacrament)
A legislative enactment of a city or county
term used of baptism and the Lord's Supper rather than "sacrament " These are the only two religious rites Baptists hold that Jesus "ordered" to be practiced in perpetuity by the Church
the act of ordaining; the act of conferring (or receiving) holy orders; "the rabbi's family was present for his ordination"
A rule or law created by a county or city government
A city or county law
An established rite or ceremony
~ A formal legislative enactment by the governing board of a municipality
A rule established by authority; may be a municipal statute of a city council, regulating such matters as zoning, building, safety, matters of municipality, etc
a law, rule or regulation issued by the governing body of a local municipality under legal authority granted by the state Ordinances are limited to the area over which the local governing body has jurisdiction
A rule established by authority; a permanent rule of action; a statute, law, regulation, rescript, or accepted usage; an edict or decree; esp
A law enacted by the governing body of a county, city or town
An ordinance is an official rule or order. ordinances that restrict building development. = regulation
A legislative enactment of a city or country
a statute enacted by a city government
regulation or law, as in: The city council passed an ordinance against disturbing the peace
a local law enacted by a municipal government; as, a municipal ordinance
Ordnance; cannon
A municipal regulation
This subchapter
An ordinance is a law passed by a city or town law-making body
A law passed by the legislative body by a municipal corporation
means the Social Security Ordinance, 1979
Orderly arrangement; preparation; provision
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banking ordinance
bank related regulation
civil wrongs ordinance
law which condemns injustice and rights wrongs
companies ordinance
ruling which relates to the establishment and the operation and the termination of a company
criminal law ordinance
laws which concern criminal offenses
evidence ordinance
law dealing with the admissibility of evidence in a court of law
ordinances
The plural of ordinance
ordinances
University rules made by Council
ordinances
Laws passed on a local level of county, state or city governments
ordinances
are legislative acts or local laws They are the most permanent and binding form of Council action, and may be changed or repealed only by a subsequent ordinance Ordinances normally become effective five days after the ordinance is published in the City's official newspaper
ordinances
are "legislative acts" by the Council; are the most permanent and binding type of Council action; and may be repealed only by a subsequent ordinance An ordinance requires two readings at separate Council meetings, is "passed to print" (for legal advertisement) when introduced, and is "passed and adopted" when given final approval
ordinance
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