Examples of bylaw in a Sentence
the club's bylaws bar any member whose annual dues remain unpaid from voting in the election
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Ramsey has denied the allegations and argues the foundation's bylaws at the time require it to protect him from loss.
The historical commission waived the demolition delay bylaw for an expansion project in a January 2013 decision, and a building permit was issued later that year.
While some older condominium bylaws may state that a spouse or nontitleholder of a unit may serve on the board of directors, such provisions are inconsistent with the Condominium Property Act and are therefore void.
Also, the Common Council deferred action on approval bylaws for the city’s Port Authority.
The arguments: Redstone alleges the vote is invalid because the company's bylaws have been amended.
The commission has yet to meet to discuss bylaws, drawing more ire from frustrated residents.
That book also includes the legal documents (such as the condominium association’s declaration and bylaws) as well as a lot of financial information.
Earlier this year, the board gave approval to a 16-page document outlining bylaws for the board.
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Definition of bylaw for English Language Learners
: a rule that an organization (such as a club or company) makes and that its members must follow
: a law or regulation that is made by a local government and that applies only to the local area
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