Adopted rule definition

Adopted rule means a final rule as defined in section 41-1001.
Adopted rule means a foreign rule adopted under section 177(1); ‘adoption statement’, for an adopted rule, see section 177(3)(a); ‘aerodrome’, see section 9;
Adopted rule means a foreign rule adopted under section 177(1);

Examples of Adopted rule in a sentence

  • Costs Adopted rule 0-5(d) creates the opportunity for applicants whose applications meet certain requirements to request expedited review subject to the requirements of adopted rules 0- 5(d) and 0-5(e).

  • Adopted rule 5.240 (incorporating standard 5.11 of the California Standards of Judicial Administration) to establish criteria for appointing counsel to represent a child in family court proceedings; specify the issues that must be addressed in orders appointing counsel; require courts to have complaint procedures; and include provisions regarding counsel’s termination;3.

  • OREGON ADMINISTRATIVE RULESCHAPTER 436, DIVISION 180 Summary of changes effective July 1, 2018: Adopted rule 0003 describes the purpose of the rules in division 180 and explains that the director may waive procedural rules as justice requires, unless otherwise obligated by statute.

  • Adopted rule 5.241 (incorporating standard 5.10 of the California Standards of Judicial Administration) to include provisions relating to the determination of counsel’s compensation, the parties’ ability to pay, and payment of counsel’s fees;4.

  • Adopted rule 8.499, addressing remittitur in mandate, certiorari, prohibition, and the other miscellaneous writ proceedings addressed in chapter 7 of title 8.

  • Adopted rule changes or official notifications of rule changes, published between major printings of the complete CSR.ScantlingsRefers to the dimensions of structural members, such as the thickness of plating or the section modulus of a stiffener.SocietyClassification Society (CS) which has embedded the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers intotheir classification Rules.

  • Adopted rule 8.386, addressing remittitur in habeas corpus proceedings; 6.

  • Adopted rule changes or official notifications of rule changes, published between major printings of the complete CSR.Scantlings Refers to the dimensions of structural members, such as the thickness of plating or the section modulus of a stiffener.Society Classification Society (CS) which has embedded the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers into their classification Rules.

  • The bond shall be executed by a surety company licensed to do business in the Commonwealth of Virginia in a form acceptable to the Authority.

  • Adopted rule 5.242 to establish the education, training, and experience requirements for counsel appointed to represent a child in family law proceedings, and to highlight counsel’s rights and responsibilities in representing a child;5.


More Definitions of Adopted rule

Adopted rule means a proposed emergency [or preemptive] rule that has been adopted by the agency but has not been approved or disapproved by the Governor . . . , or a proposed permanent rule that has been adopted by the agency but has not been approved or disapproved by the Legislature or [approved] by declaration of the Governor [75:250.3(2)] as provided by 75 O.S., Sections 308 and 308.3(D). [See also definitions of "proposed rule" and "Governor's declaration" in this Section].

Related to Adopted rule

  • Adoption means legally and permanently assuming the responsibility of raising a child as one’s own. The source of an adopted child (e.g., whether from a licensed placement agency or otherwise) is not a factor in determining eligibility for FMLA leave. 29 C.F.R. 825.112(f)

  • Rule means Rule 15c2-12(b)(5) adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as the same may be amended from time to time.

  • Listing Rules means the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited;