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1 Protection for the consumer is laid down by statute.
2 The Bill could reach the statute book by the summer if it attracts the support of Home Office ministers.
3 This archaic law remained on the statute books until last year.
4 Penalties are laid down in the statute .
5 It's not yet on the statute book .
6 Local authorities are required by statute to provide care homes for the elderly.
7 The wording of the statute is ambiguous.
8 Corporal punishment was banned by statute in 1987.
9 The new statute covers the care for, bringing up and protection of children.
10 Each state statute that mandates reporting of child abuse or neglect specifies the procedures reporters are required to follow.
11 The statute referred to relatives having a claim for damages when a person died from injuries sustained because of a negligent act.
12 The court must first determine whether the particular statute gave rise to the right to sue for damages.
13 The new statute had set out the management arrangements governing the institutions which the county authority had taken over.
14 It would depend upon the construction of the statute whether Parliament intended questions of law to be left to an inferior court.
15 But in the field of statute law the judge must be obedient to the will of Parliament as expressed in its enactments.
16 You have to understand the disorderly conduct statute....
17 An act that is destructive to the environment may be criminalized by statute.
18 The government would like to see this new law on the statute book as soon as possible.
19 The current machinery broadly follows the framework of collective bargaining laid down in the 1980 Workers' Statute.
20 It applies, for instance,[www.Sentencedict.com] to a local authority which is required by statute to receive sewage into its sewers.
21 No formal, authoritative documents set forth these rules, and they find no embodiment in statute law.
22 Whatever answer is given on the assignment point, there will be some untidiness within the statute.
23 Whether it is so or not is a question of construction of the particular statute concerned.
24 The Ministry of Railways and the national monopolies commission will draw up revised conditions of carriage to reflect the new statute.
25 Also, there is a danger that in such a sensitive area a statute may well be a clumsy approach initially.
26 The southern states now relied on tightening enforcement measures already on the statute books and increasing the alertness of the patrols.
27 Until the beginning of this year, Congress had not applied to itself a single civil-rights or workplace statute passed this century.
28 The bill signed by Leavitt attempts to ban gay student groups without running afoul of this statute.
29 Children's services were the responsibility of one department, required by statute.
30 The Bill will get Royal Assent later this year when it will officially go on to the statute books.
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