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  See legislation
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n. a federal or state written law enacted by the Congress or stat...
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Relationships Synonym:  law n. ~ A law, especially one established by legislation.
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A law passed by a legislature.
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late 13c., from Old French statut, estatut "(royal) promulgation, (legal) statute," from Late Latin statutum "a law, decree," noun use of neuter past participle of Latin statuere & [..]
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A specific piece of legislation.
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A written law passed by Congress or a state legislature and signed into law by the president or a state governor. (In fairly rare circumstances, a legislative act can become law without the approval o [..]
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legislative act: an act passed by a legislative body codified: enacted by a legislative body; "statute law"; "codified written laws" (statutory) rel [..]
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n. Any authoritatively declared rule, ordinance, decree, or law.
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 security, obligation.
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The primary legislative instrument of the University made, only by Council, in accordance with Part 5 of the Deakin University Act 2009 (Vic).
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Another word for an Act of Parliament.
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A law usually written by a legislative branch of a government.
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A formal enactment of the legislature of a more permanent nature. The term "statute" is used to designate written law, as distinguished from unwritten law.
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A law enacted by the Legislature.
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[Latin statutum law, regulation, from neuter of statutus, past participle of statuere to set up, station, from status position, state] 1 : a law enacted by the legislative branch of a government see . [..]
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A formal enactment of the highest dignity; it may be declaratory or interpretive of the law; it may also represent a deliberate change in the law.    (Hogue, Arthur R. Origins of the Common Law [..]
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A written law enacted by the Legislature and signed by the Governor.
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Statute is the law passed by a legislative body. It is the written law passed by legislature, parliament or elected or appointed houses of assembly on the state or federal level. A statute may forbid [..]
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A law which has been formally approved by Parliament (an Act of Parliament) and published in the Official Gazette.
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(n) an act passed by a legislative body(adj) enacted by a legislative body
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A Victoria University of Wellington regulation made under the authority of the Education Act 1989, stating policy and procedures on a particular matter, usually relating to the administration of the U [..]
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Law enacted by legislative branch of government. Also called statutory law. Compare common law.
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Law passed by a legislative body declaring rights and duties, or commanding or prohibiting certain conduct.
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An act of the General Assembly declaring, commanding, or prohibiting something.
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Law enacted by legislatures or executive officers, such as codes.
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A law enacted by the legislature.
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A law drafted and passed by a legislative body.
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The written law; legislatively enacted law. The Wisconsin Statutes are available online at http://www.legis.state.wi.us/rsb/stats.html
Source: courts.countyofdane.com

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A law passed by a legislature.
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A law passed by the state legislature.
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A law passed by a legislature.
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A law passed by Congress or a state legislature.
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An Act of Parliament.
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A law made by Parliament (state or Commonwealth).
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a law passed by Parliament
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Any law passed by a state, U.S. territory, or federal legislative body.
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Written law enacted by a legislature.
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(see Act of Parliament
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a law or Act enacted or passed into law by Parliament or a legislature.
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An act of the General Assembly declaring, commanding, or prohibiting something.
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Law enacted by the Legislature and published in the Arizona Revised Statutes.
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 A law adopted by the legislature.
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Any law passed by a state or federal legislative body.
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Law enacted by state legislature. Act of legislature declaring, commanding or prohibiting something.
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The number system used to organize Kansas laws consist of different levels of detail and definition. A statute consists of several parts – Chapter, article, section, and subsections,
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n. "statute, law, rule," s.v. statute sb. OED. KEY: statute@n
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n 9 statut 5 statutes 3 statutz 1
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A written law enacted by the Legislature and signed by the Governor.
Source: ofm.wa.gov

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The law as made by parliament, e.g. in the UK, the Disability Discrimination Act (1995). A statute is made up of many parts called ‘sections’ or ‘provisions’.
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A law passed by a legislature.
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 – Law made by elected members of government, also referred to as “legislation” or “Act”. Terminal sedation
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n. a federal or state written law enacted by the Congress or state legislature, respectively. Local statutes or laws are usually called "ordinances." Regulations, rulings, opinions, executiv [..]
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A written law, made by a federal parliament or a provincial legislature. The Indian Act is a statute. Statutes are written in a standard form: they have (a) a title; (b) sometimes a preamble, or gener [..]
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