Definition of Byelaw

1. bylaw [n -S] - See also: bylaw



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Byelaw

bycause
bycoket
bycokets
byde
byded
bydes
byding
bydweller
bye
bye-blow
bye-blows
bye-bye
bye-law
bye election
bye law
byelaw (current term)
byelaws
byelection
byelections
byeline
byembye
byes
byfall
byform
byforms
bygone
bygones
bygones be bygones, and fair play for time to come
byground
byhanger

Literary usage of Byelaw

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1. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1882)
"Such a byelaw shall not be made unless at least two thirds of the whole number of the council are present. (3.) Such a byelaw shall not come into force ..."

2. The Judicial Dictionary, of Words and Phrases Judicially Interpreted: To by Frederick Stroud (1903)
"17, " includes, any license, certificate, byelaw, regulation, rule, and order, granted or made in pursuance of this Act" (s. 108). ..."

3. Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law by Society of Comparative Legislation, London (1908)
"Arrest for Breach of a byelaw.—The validity of byelaws, railway and municipal, is a common topic of controversy in our Courts, but it seldom involves such ..."

4. The Law of City Planning and Zoning by Frank Backus Williams (1922)
"(i) A byelaw made under this Act shall not have any effect until confirmed by ... (3) The Secretary of State may, before confirming any byelaw, order that a ..."

5. London Government Under the Local Government Act, 1888 by Joseph Firth Bottomley Firth, Edgar B. Simpson (1888)
"Such a byelaw shall not come into force until the expiration of forty days after a copy thereof has been fixed on the town hall.2 (2. ..."

6. Powell's Principles and Practice of the Law of Evidence by Charles Francis Cagney, John Cutler, Edmund Powell (1904)
"Where such byelaw is good, or where a statutory notice has been affixed under the Carriers Act, it will be sufficient, apparently, to prove that such a ..."

7. Problems of International Practice and Diplomacy: With Special Reference to by Sir Thomas Barclay (1907)
"(l) The Fishery Board may, by byelaw or byelaws, direct that the method of fishing known as seine trawling shall not be used in any area or areas within the ..."

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