Rules or orders that are issued by administrative agencies and that have the force of law.
The regulations adopted and enforced by the CFTC in order to administer the Commodity Exchange Act.
Rules, orders, and the like, issued by various governmental departments to carry out the intent of the law. Regulations are not the work of the legislature and do not have the effect of law in theory. In practice, regulations can have an important effect in determining the outcome of cases involving regulatory activity.
The written means by which government agencies promulgate the laws they are charged with enforcing (e.g., rules issued by the IRS to enforce the tax laws).
Rules, principles, codes, statutes, or laws formulated to control actions or individuals within a designated group.
the Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations 1989, as amended, made under the Act or, in the case of private water supplies, the Private Water Supplies Regulations 1991.
rules for detailed application of an Act
The abbreviated term for the Conservation (Natural Habitats &c.) Regulations 1994. The equivalent legislation for Northern Ireland is the Conservation (Natural Habitats &c.) Regulations 1995. This is the legislation that transposes the requirements of the Habitats and Birds Directive into UK law.
The agreement rules and procedures governing grant-funded projects.
Services which seek to ensure policies are implemented at the practical level. Examples include the preparation of Acts of Parliament and secondary legislation, associated guidance, codes of practice and inspections and legal action in relation to the standards in those documents.
Regulations are subordinate legislation, passed by the provincial or federal Cabinet pursuant to delegated powers in Acts of the legislature or parliament.
With respect to clinical research, the federal statutes, codes, and laws that govern the conduct of federally funded clinical trials and privately sponsored clinical trials for new drugs, devices, biologics, and procedures.
The principles, rules or laws formulated to control actions. All universities have their own regulations.
Regulations are a form of law, often referred to as delegated or subordinate legislation. They have the same binding legal effect as Acts and usually state rules that apply generally, rather than to specific persons or things. However, regulations are not made by Parliament. Rather, they are made by persons or bodies to whom Parliament has delegated the authority to make them, such as the Governor in Council, a minister or an administrative agency. Authority to make regulations must be expressly delegated by an Act. Acts that authorize the making of regulations are called enabling Acts.
Rules specifying the appropriate behavior of agencies, organizations or individuals in the securities industry.
The rules under which the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War operates. Based upon and expanding the federal charter as found in the U. S. Code and the Order's Constitution.
A law made by a person or body that has been granted (delegated) law-making authority. Used both to indicate a specific type of delegated legislation as well as to refer generically to all forms of delegated legislation. For the purposes of the Regulatory Policy, we rely on the Department of Justice's determination that an item will receive an SOR number to indicate that it is a regulation. More broadly, regulations may refer to all government intervention in the lives of citizens.
a rule or order issued by a regulatory agency of a government and having the force of law Minnehaha: Point-Source Pollution
Rules, interpreting the Internal Revenue Code, issued by the Treasury Department.
Those portions of IACUC policies and procedures which are mandated by federal, state, or local laws and ordinances; federal laws and ordinances include the AWA, PHS Policy, Health Research Extension Act of 1985, U.S. Government Principles for the Utilization and Care of Vertebrate Animals Used in Testing, Research, and Training, Guide, and Ag Guide.
a question of law, and therefore, subject to de novo review
See Statutes and regulations below.
One or more of, but not limited to the Liquor Regulation 1992; Liquor Act 1982; Registered Clubs Act 1976; Registered Clubs Regulation 1996; Gaming Machine Act 2001; Gaming Machines Regulation 2002; Gaming Machine Tax Act.
Means any and all regulations issued by the Agency.
Rules. There are Programme Regulations for each programme of study, and there are General Regulations that apply to all students and staff.
Rules written by administrative agencies to fill in the gray areas in statutes, develop or implement statutes, or otherwise clarify statutes.
Rules promulgated by the U.S. Treasury Department.
U.S. Treasury documents published to explain and interpret a particular IRC (the Code) section. The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized by Congress to prescribe and issue all rules and regulations needed to enforce the Code. Regulations are usually first published in proposed form (Proposed Regs), which have no force or effect until the Treasury Department issues them in final form. Sometimes Temporary Regs are issued soon after the enactment of a major change in the tax law to provide guidance while Final Regs are being developed. Temporary Regs, until withdrawn or replaced, have the same binding effect as Final Regs.
The Education (Student Support) Regulations are statutory instruments made under the Teaching and Higher Education Act 1998 and are approved by parliament. They lay down the rules for the new student support system. New regulations are drawn up for each academic year commencing 1 September. LEA s can interpret the regulations, but have no power to change them.
Regulations provide details of how legislation is to be implemented. The Social Housing Reform Act has three regulations that have an impact on the operations of housing providers. Regulation 298/01 sets out aspects of RGI (including eligibility rules, waiting list management, RGI calculations, and appeals). Regulation 339/01 sets out the operating rules and the funding model for housing providers). Regulation 368/01 sets out privacy requirements and Household Income Limits.
the regulations made under the Gaming Control Act, 1992. Back
The Rules and Regulations of the Devens Enterprise Commission as amended from time to time.
The IRS Commissioner publishes his interpretation of the tax Code in the form of regulations. They do not have the force and effect of law except in those cases in which the law on a particular subject calls for rules on that subject to be expounded through regulations. v Reinvested Dividends Earnings that the shareholder has accepted as additional shares of stock rather than as cash. They are taxable in the year constructively received.
means regulations made under the Act.
Rules promulgated by an administrative agency that interpret and implement statutory requirements.
Rules, procedures, amounts and details for the operation of the Act.
The means by which government agencies administer and enforce laws (e.g., rules issued by the IRS to enforce the tax laws).
Rules that implement laws passed by Congress, which give federal agencies their legal authority to do business.
The guidelines, rules, and regulations adopted and enforced by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (the CFTC is a federal regulatory agency established in 1974) in administration of the Commodity Exchange Act.
Regulations are one of the three kinds of binding legislation the Community uses. Adopted by the European Parliament and Council (if the Codecision Procedure used), or by the Council alone, or by the Commission in certain circumstances, they are directly applicable and binding on everyone, including Member State administrations. See also Directives and Decisions.
Regulations are promulgated by administrative agencies to which the legislature has delegated lawmaking ability in particular areas. These regulations generally have the same force as statutes, and are often far more detailed.
The contractual rules and procedures governing sponsored research projects.
For purposes of this publication, federal rules of general applicability that are authorized by federal laws or other federal authority and contained in the CFR.
The APA defines a regulation as "every rule, regulation, order or standard of general application…adopted by any state agency to implement, interpret, or make specific the law enforced or administered by it …". Regulations have the full force and effect of law.
Detailed rules put in place under the authority of government legislation, such as the Social Housing Reform Act in Ontario. The authorizing act sets out who can make the regulations. Most regulations need Cabinet approval. Others need only a minister's approval.
The supplementary powers and duties issued by the Secretary of State under the authority of the Act. These cover a wide range of issues from Secure Accommodation to the procedure for considering representations (including complaints), and have the full force of law.
The interpretations by the U.S. Department of the Treasury of the Internal Revenue Code (Code) enacted by the U.S. Congress. Regulations have the force and effect of law. They provide the official rules for applying the Internal Revenue Code (Code) to the circum- stances of individual taxpayers. Also see ‘Internal Revenue Code” and “Revenue Rulings.
The formal rules by which the principles outlined in provincial and territorial Acts governing apprenticeship training are to be carried out. Each designated trade may have a set of regulations covering all aspects of training and certification.
The detailed rules which describe how the provisions of the Pension Benefits Act must be applied in practice.
Laws and rules derived from legislation or treaties.
Regulations are administrative rules which have the force and effect of laws. Government agencies promulgate rules. If you don't comply, you are subject to the possibility of fines or revocation of the corporate charter.
Rules governing the conduct of certain matters, as regulated by statute or by the direction of an organization's management, such as Industrial Health & Safety Regulations (Workers' Compensation Board).
Operating procedures of government agencies.
those enforceable rules of the municipality and part of the zoning code which states, for example, the exact footage of setbacks, or the height of dwelling units, or the width of streets.
Often described as 'sub laws' as they provide the detail not contained in the original Act.
The Electricity Governance Regulations 2003, as amended from time to time in accordance with the Electricity Act 1992.
Detailed documents passed by parliament that set out how laws should be implemented. For example, the Firearms Control Act says that you have to apply for a licence to own a firearm. The Regulations spell out exactly how you go about applying for that licence.
The rules established by the Faculty Board and by the Senate by which a student's academic progress and deportment are governed.
University rules made by Senate.
rules, standards, and orders that have the force of law and are issued by agencies. For example, income tax regulations are issued by the Internal Revenue Service (an agency) and are law, just as binding as statutes and judicial decisions.
Rules established by administrative agencies; regulations can be more important than statutory law in the day-to-day management of resources.
A rule, ordinance, law or device, by which conduct or performance is controlled.
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Provisions of the Consumer Credit Code that set out practical requirements for complying with the legislation.