Bylaw

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Definition

Bylaw. Corporate bylaws are typically called Articles of Association in the United Kingdom, or Articles of Incorporation in the United States. In government usage, the term bylaws is used to describe laws, orders, regulations, rules, etc., made by a ministry, local authority (a municipality, for example), or public corporation, in accordance with the powers conferred by or delegated under a statue (called the parent act).


Synonyms

  • Byelaws

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