statutory duties

statutory duties

A generic term for the constellation of activities performed by statutory bodies as defined by legislation (Acts of Parliament).
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halton borough council, on behalf of knowsley metropolitan borough council, liverpool city council and wirral metropolitan borough council seeks to commission a supplier, or suppliers to deliver the following schedules in all of the council areas, these schedules form part of the range of support services that will enable the authorities to carry out their statutory duties with regard to young people.
The Federal Government cannot impose its statutory duties on a state in flagrant disobedient of the constitution.
The Council denied that it had been negligent or that it had committed any breach of its statutory duties, alleging that the branches were cut due to a storm.
Law scholars from Europe and the US emphasize duties to investigate, duties to disclose or warn, and duties to refuse to render financial services or offer products, and they include discussion of fiduciary duties, common law duties, and statutory duties.
In the last year we have secured a PS1million grant from the Homes and Communities Agency to extend and improve the facilities there, and for the council to fulfil its statutory duties.
He said: "We go over and above what our statutory duties are.
Yet certain members of the board have injected themselves into the day-to-day affairs of UT in a manner which evidences either a lack of understanding of their constitutional and statutory duties, or a total disregard for such constitutional and statutory mandates.
It chooses to increase pay levels way above the market rate notwithstanding it cannot afford to fulfil its statutory duties.
The first of the five most significant things they need to know is that whether the company is insolvent or not, directors must ensure they do not breach their statutory duties.
The statutory duties imposed on a practitioner consulted about an abortion are explicitly set out in the Regulations.
Library risk 'too high' WIRRAL Council's leadership withdrew library closure plans because the risk of being found in breach of its statutory duties was "too high for the council to take".
Finance directors, chief financial officers and other directors directly responsible for tax arrangements of large companies are to have their statutory duties reinforced by personal penalties of 5,000 [pounds sterling].