Legal Framework definition

Legal Framework means the Platform Rules, each Contribution Agreement and each Fund Description that constitute a legal basis for the cooperation between the EIB and the Contributors in relation to the management of Contributions.
Legal Framework. Includes, without being limited to, the legal standards established in Annex XIV, which are applicable to this Contract:
Legal Framework means the framework of the Borrower establishing the CCT Program and comprising among others the following: (a) Memorandum Circular No. 09, Series of 2007, for Creating the Ahon Pamilyang Pilipino Program (AAP) National Advisory Committees and Defining their Roles and Responsibilities; (b) Administrative Order No. 16, Series of 2008, for Guidelines on the Implementation of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps); (c) Joint Memorandum Circular No. 01, Series of 2009, for Defining the Institutional Arrangements for the Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), as may be revised from time to time.

Examples of Legal Framework in a sentence

  • Related Institutional and Legal Framework Departments, Statutory Institutions and Public CorporationsLaws and Ordinance to be Implemented1.

  • Related Institutional and Legal Framework Departments, Statutory Institutions and Public CorporationsLaws and Ordinance to be Implemented 1.

  • Related Institutions and Legal Framework Departments, Statutory Institutions and Public CorporationsLaws and Ordinance to be Implemented1.

  • Chapter III (Inter-American Legal Framework of the Right to Freedom of Expression).

  • The Government of India’s Environmental Legal Framework comprises a set of comprehensive acts and regulations aimed at conserving various components of the biological and physical environment including environmental assessment procedures and requirements for public consultation.


More Definitions of Legal Framework

Legal Framework means the set of laws, regulations and rules that apply in a particular country. "Data Subject" means any individual maintaining ownership over personal data.
Legal Framework means: (i) the Borrower’s agrarian code established pursuant to Law 37 of 1962, as such code has been amended to the date of this Agreement; (ii) Law 63 of July 31, 1973, which created DGCBP, as such law has been amended to the date of this Agreement; (iii) Law 41 of July 1, 1998 which created ANAM, as such law has been amended to the date of this Agreement; (iv) Law No. 3 of January 6, 1999, which established the autonomy of the RP, as such law has been amended to the date of this Agreement; and (v) Chapter 16 of Law 56 of December 28, 1995, which regulates procurement of the Borrower’s national patrimony, as such law has been amended to the date of this Agreement;
Legal Framework means in this Annex ‘the comprehensive legal system for a particular jurisdiction established by any combination of the following: a constitution; primary legislation enacted by a legislative body which has the authority in respect of the jurisdiction; subsidiary legislation made by authorities authorised by the primary legislation for such jurisdiction; policies, practices, or procedures implemented by authorities authorised by the primary legislation for such jurisdiction; and legal precedent and customs applied by the courts.’
Legal Framework means collectively the Law, MIFID II and the EU Delegated Regulations.
Legal Framework means the Recipient’s group of laws and regulations related to the collection and recording of vital statistics which is comprised, inter alia, of the Recipient’s Law 722 published in the Recipient’s Official Gazette on
Legal Framework means the Recipient’s laws and Decrees that established and regulates the PFMIS, including Law No. 476, Law No. 477, Law No. 550 and the Procurement Law.
Legal Framework means the Recipient’s group of laws and regulations related to the collection and recording of vital statistics which is comprised, inter alia, of the Recipient’s Law 722 published in the Recipient’s Official Gazette on May 12, 1981, Law 290 published in the Recipient’s Official Gazette on June 3, 1998, Law 423 published in the Recipient’s Official Gazette on May 17, 2002, the Presidential Decrees and regulation related thereto.