OTHER WORDS FROM statutorystat·u·to·ri·ly, adverbnon·stat·u·to·ry, adjective
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How to use statutory in a sentence
They were then forced to disband because they lacked the statutory minimum of MPs, and AfD lawmakers suddenly found themselves stripped of their privileges.
To fix this, the report suggests creating a statutory red line, defining a seller as dominant if it has a market share of 30% or more and a buyer as dominant with just a 25% share.House panel proposes largest antitrust reforms in decades to rein in Big Tech|kdunn6|October 7, 2020|Fortune
If you’re willing to do that, it’s fine to wait until the statutory deadlines to request and submit your ballot.If You Wait Until Your State’s Deadline To Mail Your Ballot, You May Be Too Late|Nathaniel Rakich (email@example.com)|August 25, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
It does not require CSS to endorse any same-sex marriages, but merely to certify that families meet Pennsylvania’s statutory criteria.Supreme Court sets Nov. 4 to hear if Catholic agency can reject LGBTQ parents|Chris Johnson|August 19, 2020|Washington Blade
Judges who subscribe to textualism believe they should evaluate only the words of a statute enacted by Congress and not consider evidence outside the statutory language.
The statutory tax rate in the U.S. is 35 percent compared to 15 percent for Canada.Burger King Invades Canada to Save His Faltering Kingdom|Daniel Gross|August 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the Texas governor ignored statutory procedure and acted unilaterally.
But in the short term, statutory authority for the program expires September 30.Dysfunctional Congress Prepares to Claim Another Victim: Injured Veterans|Tim Mak|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“The statutory issue depends on whether ISIS is covered by the AUMF,” he said.‘Drone Memo’ Doesn’t Apply to America’s New Terror War|Eli Lake|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Naomi says statutory rape is “when the person force you against your will and you too small.”
The marked feature of this period is the paucity of statutory enactment affecting relief.
Statutory powers were obtained for the provision of hospitals in the Metropolis by combinations of boards of guardians.
The foregoing rules with the table were laid before Parliament in the usual way, and so received the required statutory sanction.
It is sufficient to say of these answers that they all suggested a large extension of the statutory requirements.
These crimes being statutory, must turn altogether on the language of the Act of Congress.The Old Pike|Thomas B. Searight
British Dictionary definitions for statutory
- recognized by statute
- subject to a punishment or penalty prescribed by statute