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statutory

Meaning: tr
kanuni, yasal, meşru, resmi
Common law is derived from judicial decisions, constitutional law from the constitution of the state or country, and statutory law from the enactments passed by a legislature.
Her father was accused of statutory rape.
Statutory rape is defined as sexual relations between one member who is above the age of consent and one who is below, even if their difference in age is insignificant.
Tom asked the clerk if he could get an extension to submit his application after the normal deadline, but the clerk replied the deadline was calculated from the statutory period, spelled out in legislation, that neither the clerk nor his supervisors could override.
Statutory law is written and passed by a legislature.
There are no statutory minimum paid vacations or paid public holidays in the United States.
After being injured on the job, Tom's initial plan to sue his employer was halted when he was informed that the same law that had required his employer to carry Worker's Compensation Insurance for its employees also defined Tom as a statutory employee, and thus he had no legal right to file a separate tort claim.
Added on 2015-11-04 | by m2gin | View: 454

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