Regulations

(F réglementation, R ordin, detalii de aplicare a legii) Requirements laid down by law (eg. Government enacted Building Regulations) or which satisfy the law in some respect
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Regulations

(n) Regulations are the rules, procedure, administrative codes etc. set by authorities or governmental agencies to achieve its objective. The regulations are therefore applicable only within the jurisdiction or purpose for which such regulation are made
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regulations

n. rules and administrative codes issued by governmental agencies at all levels, municipal, county, state and federal. Although they are not laws, regulations have the force of law, since they are adopted under authority granted by statutes, and often include penalties for violations. One problem is that regulations are not generally included in vo...
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Regulations

Rules specifying the appropriate behavior of agencies, organizations or individuals in the securities industry.
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Regulations

The Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court Regulation 2012 which prescribe the filing and other fees that must be paid in relation to proceedings in the Federal Court.
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Regulations

The rules governing the structure and content of your course or programme, as well as progression rules and assessment details.
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Regulations

These are the strictest legal instruments that are issued by the Council of Ministers. They have immediate, direct and generally universal effect. Decisions made in the field of justice and home affairs may also be applied in a similar way.
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