the 2000 Act definition

the 2000 Act means the Local Government Act 2000.
the 2000 Act means the Electronic Communications Act 2000;

Examples of the 2000 Act in a sentence

  • This low-level activity will not usually be regulated under the provisions of the 2000 Act.

  • The Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Act 2014 (Consequential Amendments & Savings) Order 2015 has determined that Integration Joint Boards are “devolved public bodies” for the purposes of the 2000 Act.

  • Part 2 of the 2000 Act sets out the provisions for dealing with alleged breaches of this Code of Conduct and where appropriate the sanctions that will be applied if the Standards Commission finds that there has been a breach of the Code.

  • This Code for Integration Joint Boards has been specifically developed using the Model Code and the statutory requirements of the 2000 Act.

  • In the case of residential development to which Part V of the 2000 Act applies, applicants are advised to avail of the pre-application consultation facility in order to ensure that a Part V agreement in principle can be reached in advance of the planning application being submitted.


More Definitions of the 2000 Act

the 2000 Act means the Transport Act 2000;
the 2000 Act. ("Deddf 2000") means the Local Government Act 2000;
the 2000 Act means the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000;
the 2000 Act means the Care Standards Act 2000;
the 2000 Act means the Local Government Act 2000
the 2000 Act means the Public Finance and Accountability (Scotland) Act 2000
the 2000 Act means the Local Government Act 2000 (as amended);