Its just a phrase used to refer to parts of the law, generally. Literally it is just that, a statutory provision – something which is in a statute (an act of parliament).
If something is statutory, it is related to or set by laws or statutes. If something is legal, it is allowed by the law, whereas if it is statutory, it is regulated by law. In the negative, this is easier to understand. If something is not legal, the law says you can’t do it.
Judicial Provisions include Fraud, Character of Company, Protection of revenue, Single Economic Entity etc. while Statutory Provisions include Reduction in membership, Misdescription of name, Fraudulent conduct of business, Failure to refund application money, etc.
Statutory law or statute law is written law passed by a body of legislature. This is as opposed to oral or customary law; or regulatory law promulgated by the executive or common law of the judiciary. Statutes may originate with national, state legislatures or local municipalities.
1 of, relating to, or having the nature of a statute. 2 prescribed or authorized by statute.
Statutory service – paid for by the state. Independent service – not paid for by the state or regulated by low. Day services for adults.
Statutory obligations are those obligations that do not arise out of a contract, but are imposed by law. The statutory obligations applicable to the design, construction and operation of buildings are extensive and complicated, and they will depend on the specific nature of the proposed development.
Statutory Process means, all administrative and executive decisions and actions required in order for the Secretary of State to make the CS Orders including the conduct and conclusion of any Judicial Review or Statutory Review.
Statutory termination payments are the minimum payments that any terminated worker must receive according to national or state legislation. These payments must be made whether employees leave through voluntary departure, early retirement terms, or compulsory redundancy.
There are four Rules of Statutory Interpretation, these are the literal rule, the golden rule, the mischief rule and the purposive approach. These rules will be discussed within the body of this essay.
In the construction ( interpretation ) of statutes, the principle aim of the court must be to carry out the “Intention of Parliament”, and the English courts developed three main rules (plus some minor ones) to assist them in the task. These were: the mischief rule, the literal rule, and the golden rule.
Statutory interpretation is important so that they are unable to make their own judgement in cases. If they stumble upon any problem they cannot change the law therefore they cannot interrupt the flow of justice. In allows Parliament to be the law making body and court will then apply the law.
What are two types of statutory law? Criminal law and civil law.
A police officer pulls you over, and you are given a citation for violating the speed limit. You have broken a vehicle and traffic law. This law is established by legislature as a statute, or a law that is formally written and enacted. As a result, the law you broke was a statutory law.
Statutes provide the short-run certainty of written law, but stare decisis endows case law with long-run certainty, because case law (unlike statutes ) cannot change abruptly, and in the gradual process of distinguishing, countervailing judicial biases tend to cancel out.