Legal Definition and Related Resources of Regulation
Meaning of Regulation
A subordinate legislation enacted under statutory authority by a governmental body. A rule or order having force of law issued by executive authority of government . See state ex. rel. Villines v Freeman, (0kl.)370 P.2d 307. The term strictly denotes an ancillary or subordinate piece of legislation which the executive or some subordinate body employed by law, enacts or makes to facilitate the carrying out of provisions of a statute .
Synonyms of Regulation
- statute Associated Concepts: municipal regulation
- reasonable regulation
- zoning regulation
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Regulation in the One-L Dictionary
A rule or order issued by a government agency to carry out the intent of the law. Regulations are authorized by a statute and regulations generally provide more detail on a particular subject than the authorizing statute will. For example, the statutes on public accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. _12181 et seq., are supplemented by regulations issued by the Department of Justice. These regulations, which provide additional definitions and requirements, can be found at 28 C.F.R. _ 36.101 et seq. The Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) is the subject compilation of current federal regulations. United States Government regulations first appear chronologically in the Federal Register.
Regulation in other One-L Dictionary
A rule or order issued by a government agency or chief executive, authorized by statute, to carry out the intent of law
English Spanish Translation of Regulation
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United States Tax Concept of CFR
Code of Federal Regulations.
Rule or order issued by an agency of the executive branch of government which has the force of law (find out more about legal research). Regulations must be authorized by the statute and generally provide more details on a particular subject than does the authorizing statute (find out more about legal research). For example, the statutes on public accommodations under the American with Disabilities Act, 42 USC 12181 et seq (find out more about legal research)., are supplemented with additional definitions and requirements, issued by the Department of Justice, which can be found at 28 CFR 36 (find out more about legal research).101 et seq (find out more about legal research). The CFR is the Code of Federal Regulations, the subject compilation of current federal regulations, which are initially published chronologically in the Federal Register (find out more about legal research).
Legal English Vocabulary: Regulation in Spanish
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Definition of Regulation
In relation to social issues, a meaning of regulation is provided here: rules and laws the government makes to control the economy. In laissez- faire economic systems there is no regulation of the economy. In the United States, the government participates in the economy to assure the accomplishment of the economic goals of government.
Regulation in Global Commerce Policy
In this regard, regulation is: an omnibus term covering all overt and covert actions or procedures instituted by governments with a view to influencing industry or customers of an industry in a particular manner. Government regulation may be imposed in order to correct perceived market failure or to redistribute income for the public good. Regulation may also refer to a system of rewards and penalties designed to influence the behaviour of firms and consumers. The entries on trade policy in the Encyclopedia are here. Other types of regulation include measures such as safety and environmental standards, market entry restrictions and price controls. The entries on trade policy are here. Analysts of regulatory activities sometimes divide them into three categories: economic regulation (aimed at improving the efficiency of markets), social regulation (aimed at influencing the way companies approach social values and rights), and administrative regulation (aimed at improving the administrative efficiency of government agencies and to support governmental activities). The entries on trade policy are here. In European Community legislation a regulation is an act binding all member states directly. See also deregulation, privatization, prudential regulation and re- regulation.
Regulationin the wold Encyclopedia
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Notes and References
- Dictionary of Trade Policy, “Regulation” entry (OAS)
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Translation of Regulation
- Spanish: Reglamento administrativo
- French: Règlement
- German: Verordnung
- Italian: Regolamento
- Portuguese: Regulamento
- Polish: Akt prawny