Implementation Legislation definition

Implementation Legislation means any Act of Parliament contemplated under paragraphs 45 to 51 that gives effect to the Treaty;
Implementation Legislation means the federal or provincial legislation that approves, gives effect to, declares valid and gives the force of law to the Final Agreement and “Federal Implementation Legislation” means Implementation Legislation enacted by Parliament and “Provincial Implementation Legislation” means the Implementation Legislation enacted by the Legislative Assembly of Ontario;
Implementation Legislation means the legislation referred to in Chapter 11;

Examples of Implementation Legislation in a sentence

  • The Minister will, on a timely basis following ratification of the Treaty by MMF, and subject to paragraphs 47 and 48, recommend Implementation Legislation to Parliament to approve, ratify, give effect to, declare valid and give the force of law to the Treaty.

  • Once the Treaty has been executed by the MMF and Canada and Implementation Legislation is in place, this Article II may be removed from the MMF Constitution by resolution of the MMF Cabinet.

  • Malaysia Prepares Biological Weapons Convention Implementation Legislation.

  • Eight businesses responded that they did not know what impact superfast broadband had had on their costs.

  • The recognition of the Manitoba Métis’ right to self-determination and its inherent right of self-government is not contingent on Canada’s recognition, agreement, the signing of this Agreement, or the enactment of the Implementation Legislation (subpara.

  • He went into self-confinement inside Albania and later even moved abroad.

  • A proxy appointment may be for a specified period of time not to exceed one year.

  • Karen Tripp & Linda Stokley, Changes in U.S. Patent Law Effected by the Uruguay Round Agreements Act—The GATT Implementation Legislation, 3 TEX.

  • The provision for EIT is based on the estimated taxable income for PRC taxation purposes at 15% for the current period (six months ended 30 June 2021: 15%) pursuant to the Law of the PRC on Enterprise Income Tax and Implementation Legislation (the “EIT Law”).

  • Changes to tax legislation may be tabled by the Minister of Finance (or any other parliamentarian) but most changes to CCA rates are announced in the federal Budget and enacted through the Budget Implementation Legislation.

Related to Implementation Legislation

  • Data Protection Legislation means the Data Protection Act 1998 and all applicable laws and regulations relating to processing of personal data and privacy, including where applicable the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant Government department in relation to such legislation;

  • Protection Legislation means (i) the GDPR; (ii) the Data Protection Act 2018 to the extent that it relates to the processing of Personal Data and privacy; and (iii) all applicable Law relating to the processing of Personal Data and privacy, including where applicable the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner, in each case as amended, supplemented or substituted from time to time; Domestic Successor means, as the context requires, either:

  • FOI Legislation means the Freedom of Information Xxx 0000, all regulations made under it and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 and any amendment or re-enactment of any of them; and any guidance issued by the Information Commissioner, the Department for Constitutional Affairs, or the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (including in each case its successors or assigns) in relation to such legislation;

  • Union harmonisation legislation means any Union legislation harmonising the conditions for the marketing of products;

  • UK Data Protection Legislation means all applicable data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time in the UK including the UK GDPR; the Data Protection Act 2018; the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as updated by Directive 2009/136/EC) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) as amended.

  • Enabling Legislation means the CCA;

  • primary legislation means an Act, Act of the Scottish Parliament or Act or Measure of the National Assembly for Wales;

  • Project Implementing Entity’s Legislation means the Charter of the Municipal Development Fund established pursuant to Decree No. 118 of the Government of Georgia dated July 23, 2005, as amended to date.

  • Equality Legislation means any and all legislation, applicable guidance and statutory codes of practice relating to diversity, equality, non-discrimination and human rights as may be in force from time to time in England and Wales or in any other territory in which, or in respect of which, the Supplier provides the Services;

  • NICs Legislation means the Social Security (Categorisation of Earners) Regulations 1978;

  • AML Legislation has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 9.19.

  • GST Legislation means A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Xxx 0000 (Cth) and any related tax imposition act (whether imposing tax as a duty of customs excise or otherwise) and includes any legislation which is enacted to validate recapture or recoup the tax imposed by any of such acts.

  • customs legislation means any legal or regulatory provisions applicable in the territories of the Parties, governing the import, export and transit of goods and their placing under any other customs regime or procedure, including measures of prohibition, restriction and control;

  • Bail-In Legislation means, with respect to any EEA Member Country implementing Article 55 of Directive 2014/59/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union, the implementing law for such EEA Member Country from time to time which is described in the EU Bail-In Legislation Schedule.

  • EU Bail-In Legislation Schedule means the EU Bail-In Legislation Schedule published by the Loan Market Association (or any successor person), as in effect from time to time.

  • European Data Protection Laws means the GDPR and other data protection laws of the EU, its Member States, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and the United Kingdom, in each case, to the extent it applies to the relevant Personal Data or processing thereof under the Agreement.

  • Bribery Legislation means the Bribery Act 2010 and any subordinate legislation made under it from time to time together with any guidance or codes of practice issued by the government concerning the legislation;

  • Applicable Legislation means any statute of Canada or a province thereof, and the regulations under any such named or other statute, relating to warrant indentures or to the rights, duties and obligations of warrant agents under warrant indentures, to the extent that such provisions are at the time in force and applicable to this Indenture;

  • UK Bail-in Legislation means Part I of the United Kingdom Banking Act 2009 and any other law or regulation applicable in the United Kingdom relating to the resolution of unsound or failing banks, investment firms or other financial institutions or their affiliates (otherwise than through liquidation, administration or other insolvency proceedings).

  • Privacy Legislation means all laws and regulations, including (without limitation) the laws and regulations of the European Union, the European Economic Area and their member states, which are applicable to the processing of Personal Data under this Agreement, including (without limitation) the EU General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) (“GDPR”); and