Related formsstat·u·to·ri·ly, adverbnon·stat·u·to·ry, adjective
Examples from the Web for statutory
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 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
Without the support of the federal government, he says, Colorado and Washington are in statutory limbo.
But that does not obviate the U.S. from its statutory obligation to cancel its $1.3 billion aid to the Egyptian military.
The statutory term has the advantage of being positive instead of negative.
We prepared the draft for an entirely new code of statutory laws, with the single exception of the law relating to wills.
It is highly desirable that statutory provision should be made safeguarding existing interests.The Framework of Home Rule|Erskine Childers
About the time which we have mentioned, the imperfection of the statutory classifications became manifest.Railway Rates: English and Foreign|J. Grierson
I beg your pardon, you are not relying on your contract at all; you are relying on your statutory rights.
British Dictionary definitions for statutory
- recognized by statute
- subject to a punishment or penalty prescribed by statute