Examples of The Statute in a sentence
The Statute describes itself as ‘An Act of Parliament to provide for the protection of the public and radiation workers from the dangers arising from the use of devices or material capable of producing ionizing radiation and for connected purposes’.
The Statute determines the composition of the City Council, and the election procedure is regulated by the Election Law of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Statute in a way that may deviate from the conditions prescribed in Article VI.A of this Constitution.
This Statute obliges every public employee to keep the professional secret related to the "works and news that he/she learns while performing his/her duties or on the occasion of practicing the profession."121 The Statute bans "the illegal seizure of papers or documents related to the profession and the notification thereof to others in a manner that violates the law".
The Statute further defines “[t]ransmission and distribution storm 7 protection plan costs” as “the reasonable and prudent costs to implement an approved 8 transmission and distribution storm protection plan.” § 366.96(2)(c), Fla.
The Statute says the "commission by order may establish" (emphasis added) rate base when a sale is approved, which allows for the flexibility to defer the decision until a later date when more information is known about the impact of the transfer to customers.