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The alternative is paying a statutory minimum that would burden the budget for years.
Still, Denning says that if state educators did not have the statutory authority to make the payments, the State Board of Education should establish plan for how the funds would be repaid.
When the statutory form was changed, the legislation specifically stated that existing Transfer on Death Deeds signed before the law was changed are governed by the law that was in effect at the time.
But that must be accomplished while meeting our constitutional and statutory obligations, sustainably advancing our education and other policy priorities, and ensuring that our State tax laws remain fair, stable and competitive.
The bill would give the Alabama Public Service Commission the statutory authority to regulate water rates, Williams said.
That said, Bolanos may be legally correct in saying that the CJP’s constitutional authority supersedes Howle’s statutory authority.
The Executive cannot without assent of Congress supplant its statutory scheme with one stroke of a presidential pen.
Failing to perform any statutory obligation placed upon a licensed psychologist.
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First Known Use of statutory
STATUTORY Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of statutory
- a statutory provision
- a statutory presumption
- a statutory insider
statutorilyplay \ˌsta-chə-ˈtōr-ə-lē\ adverb
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