The Statute definition

The Statute means Statute 7;
The Statute means the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court adopted on 17 July 1998 by the United Nations Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court;
The Statute means the labor relations Statute which is the title that governs Federal labor relations for employees of the Federal Government. (Also known as the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute, 5 U.S.C. 7101, et seq., (Title VII of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978)).

Examples of The Statute in a sentence

  • The Statute required Natural Resources Districts to amend their groundwater management plans to identify, manage, and establish goals concerning groundwater quality.

  • The Statute creates a system of judicial enforcement for the prosecution of the most seri- ous international crimes at both the domestic and international levels of governance.

  • The Statute would lay down the main requirements for the FE, which would have a legal personality across the EU.

  • The Statute without tax elements could, therefore, still provide an indirect tax benefit for foundations and their donors.

  • The Statute would also include an obligation for supervisory authorities to cooperate and exchange information with one another.


More Definitions of The Statute

The Statute means the Statute of the Court as set out in Annex I of the Agreement.
The Statute means the Registered Land Law or any re-enactment thereof or any enactment amending the same.
The Statute means the Statute of the Tribunal adopted by the Security Council by its resolution 827(1993);
The Statute means: The Mandatory Bidding Law of 1992.
The Statute means the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute, Public Law 95-454, Title 5 of the United States Code §7101 et seq (5 U.S.C. §7101 et seq.).