A law, regulation or decree, especially at the municipal (town, city or county) level.
A law passed by a city, town or county legislative body.
A set of regulations, statutes or restrictions enacted by a municipality or city government to oversee the use of real property.
A law adopted by the City Council.
The local legislation of a city, town, village or county written by the local legislative body. (For example, the common council or the Board of Supervisors. To add to the confusion ordinances are sometimes called regulations as well.) Md. currently has 155 incorporated cities, towns, etc.
This is statute made by a particular regional area.
A law or statute enacted by a city or county.
a law, rule or regulation issued by the governing body of a local municipality under legal authority granted by the state. Ordinances are limited to the area over which the local governing body has jurisdiction.
A regulation established by a local government to enforce, control, or limit certain activities.
(Municipal Ordinance) According to Barron's Law Dictionary, a "municipal ordinance" is "a law of local application, whose violation is an offense against the city enacting it."
The county equivalent of a law. An ordinance is enacted by the county governing body to legislatively address matters not already covered by existing laws, regulations, or ordinances. Typical subjects include zoning, building, and animal control.
A law prepared by a local governing body.
A law passed by a city or town lawmaking body.
in U.K. a statute or Act - the body of legislation in HK The Commissioner owed no duty under the Ordinance to prevent unnamed depositors from suffering financial loss. statutory (adj)
A legislative enactment of a city or country.
a statute enacted by a city government
a city law of a general or permanent nature
a City law passed by City Council
a further definition, clarification or stipulation of existing powers, as prescribed by Acts of Parliament
a general body of law and locally published before taking effect A resolution is more temporary in nature and normally does not require local publication Sterling Codifiers, Inc
a law and has the power of law
a law, but a resolution is merely a declaration of the sentiment or opinion of a lawmaking body on a specific matter
a law, but local design guidelines are typically not laws
a law enacted by a municipal body, such as a city council or county commission (sometimes called county council or county board of supervisors)
a law of a city, town or county
a law or regulation enacted by the County
a law, which applies locally
a law within the meaning of this section
a legislative act and generally requires votes at two separate Council Meetings
a legislative act or local law
a legislative enactment by the corporate authority of a municipal corporation
a local law of a municipality prescribing general, uniform, and permanent rules of conduct and governing matters such as zoning, building, health, traffic and safety, etc
a local law set forth by the governing body
a local statute, enforceable by law
a measure passed by a city council to regulate municipal matters
an action of the board taken in its capacity as the county's legislative body
an act of a local legislature taken pursuant to authority specifically delegated to local governments by the state legislature
an amendment, deletion, or addition to the Avondale City Code
a temporary measure designed to enable the state to deal immediately with unexpected and extraordinary situations, and is not meant to replace the normal legislation
A term for a law or regulation officially adopted by a lesser unit of government such as a county board, township board or city council.
A municipally adopted law or regulation.
A rule or law created by a county or city government.------------------------- Home | | Bottom
A term used to give evidence of recorded municipal or county regulations
A local law which governs the institution and operation of a cable television system in a community.
A rule established by authority; may be a municipal statute of a city council, regulating such matters as zoning, building, safety, matters of municipality, etc.
A legislative enactment of a city or county.
Laws enacted by a municipal or county legislative body. For example, zoning designations and variations are created with zoning ordinances.
An Act or decree promulgated by the Head of State in an emergency or when the legislative body is not in session.
A law enacted by the local government.
A regulation adopted by a local or municipal governing body.
A rule or by-law enacted by a local government.
A law passes by a local legislative body, such as a city council.
Law enacted by a municipality such as a county or city council.
A legislative enactment by a city or county.
A law enacted by a city or a county.
A decree or direction of the monarch, or the Executive, without the authority of Parliament
1. In O.T. translated from the same words more often translated 'statute'; 2. In N.T. translated the same as other words except diahtahgáy which means "a decree by God" (Acts 17:3; Rom. 13:2). Must be obeyed.
A law adopted by a town or city council, county board of supervisors or other municipal governing board. Typically, local governments issue ordinances establishing zoning and parking rules and regulating noise, garbage removal, and the operation of parks and other areas that affect people who live or do business within the locality's borders.
A law passed by a local or municipal government.
A law passed by a political subdivision of the state (such as a town, city, or county). Back to the Top
A law passed by a local government (in this case, the City).
A rule of law; an act passed by a municipality.
The local law that sets forth regulations to guide development. The Zoning Ordinance provides broad development guidelines for the uses that can occur in each zoning category (i.e. residential or commercial). Other ordinances such as the Subdivision Ordinance set out very specific standards for how development is to occur (i.e. road and grading requirements).
statute enacted by the legislative body of a county or city
law passed by Parliament without the agreement of the king
Law made by the Provincial Government.
A rule established by authority. Usually refers to a rule of a municipality regulating such matters as zoning, building, and safety.
Law enacted by local authorities to govern the activities of people or things, such as land usage.
An executive decision of a government which has not been subjected to a legislative assembly (contrary to a statute). It is often detailed and not, as would be a statute, of general wording or application. This term is in disuse in many jurisdictions and the words "regulations" or "bylaws" are preferred.
An Ordinance is a particular class of internal legislation in a United Kingdom university.