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bylaw

Hospital administration
(1) A local or subordinate law; a private law or regulation made by a corporation for its own governing.
(2) A law that is less important than a general law or constitutional provision, and subsidiary thereto; a rule relating to a matter of detail; as in, civic societies often adopt a constitution and by-laws for governing their members.
 
Medspeak
A standing rule which governs the regulations of a society’s internal affairs—e.g., voting rights, attendance at meetings, membership, termination of membership, contracting rights and procedures for income distribution.
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Article 3 cancels all that contradicts the bylaw or contravenes with its provisions.
The JNC under the leadership of HRH Mona AL-Hussein with a representation of all sectors in its board, is proud to acknowledge all the efforts from all sectors, including the Jordanian nurses and midwives Association (JNMC), for their contribution in the preparation and finalization of the Bylaw which took two years of hard work and commitment,".
During the Q&A, Kenny Harrington, president/CEO of the $193 million Member Source Credit Union in Houston, Texas, asked what would happen if the membership rejects the proposed bylaw changes.
211 (annual meetings), 220 (books and records), 225 (votes and elections) and 262 (appraisal) actions--because the DGCL authorizes them without condition, but the rationale for exempting even these actions from a validly adopted charter or bylaw provision is not clear (other than a court making a public policy judgment call).
The Bylaws Clean-up proposal consists of small corrections and clarifications of wording and formatting throughout the entire Bylaws.
Our existing constitution and bylaws were originally approved by the membership in 1984 with the last revision approved September 2010.
Brant found itself in the untenable position of being a violator of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms if it chose to enforce its bylaw and ask the Choi family to remove the Korean writing on the back of its headstone.
The bylaws will be applicable for the government units which apply the Civil Service Law and the employees affiliated to those units.
The current bylaws can be found on the ONS Web site, and the proposed modernized bylaws can be found online in conjunction with the November issue of ONS Connect at www.
They would have to quash the bylaw, possibly arguing the case in front of the Ontario Superior Court.
Council also approved revisions to the implementing resolutions that would be required as a result of the proposed bylaw changes.
So, according to bylaw amendments passed in July, professional ethics violations by members of the NYSSCPA will now be brought to the attention of the New York State Education Department--the licensing authority for CPAs working in New York, as well as other appropriate agencies.