OTHER WORDS FROM statutorystat·u·to·ri·ly, adverbnon·stat·u·to·ry, adjective
How to use statutory in a sentence
Uganda Broadcasting Corporation, a statutory agency, has the widest TV and radio reach over the country, broadcasting in English and the major local languages as well as Kiswahili.Social media gave a voice to democracy in Uganda so the government shut it down—again|Geoffrey Ssenoga|January 13, 2021|Quartz
Among the other LGBTQ supportive bills the General Assembly approved in 2020 was a measure that repealed Virginia’s statutory ban on same-sex marriage.
It seems clear that census data isn’t going to be available by the March 31 statutory deadline, Johnson said.
That is more than three weeks after the statutory deadline for delivering the data.Lawmaker assails Commerce Dept. over failure to respond to questions about 2020 Census anomalies|Tara Bahrampour|December 3, 2020|Washington Post
In Australia, unions will perform “health and safety” inspections of the company’s facilities using their “statutory right of entry,” the campaign said.Thousands of Amazon workers will walk off the job today to fight for fair pay and COVID protections|Ian Mount|November 27, 2020|Fortune
He has proposed statutorily preventing federal courts from dealing with marriage issues.
The prime minister is statutorily president of the council and head of the ministry.The Ontario Archives|Alexander Fraser
British Dictionary definitions for statutory
- recognized by statute
- subject to a punishment or penalty prescribed by statute