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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 5 cancels all that contradicts this Decree or its attached bylaw or contravenes their provisions.
Communities should not be permitted to undo with a general bylaw something that was already being regulated by a zoning bylaw."
Others questioned the changes, saying those sections of the bylaws are vague and have the potential to be misinterpreted.
"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.
In ATP, the Delaware Supreme Court upheld the facial validity of a bylaw that demanded that members of a non-stock company pay the company's litigation costs where that member brings an unsuccessful intracorporate lawsuit.
(74) This approach presents significant challenges for interpreting Indian Act by-laws as authorizing bylaws on essential services.
Other articles approved an alteration to West Street near the new Auburn Middle School and amended the zoning bylaws so that associate members can sit on the Board of Appeals when needed.
To enhance enforcement, such provisions should be adopted by stockholder-approved charter amendment (if possible) rather than by management-approved bylaw. For example, in Roberts v.
The Bylaws Clean-up proposal consists of small corrections and clarifications of wording and formatting throughout the entire Bylaws.
On behalf of the National Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, this letter provides notice to all members of the proposed revision to the association's current constitution and bylaws and the changes under the new Canada Not-For-Profit Act.
(NASDAQ: VIP) reported its shareholders approved amended and restated bylaws with technical amendments to the company's former bylaws.