interpretive rule

Definition of "interpretive rule"
  1. This refers to a directive issued by an administrative agency that aids in the understanding or clarification of preexisting laws or regulations
How to use "interpretive rule" in a sentence
  1. The Environmental Protection Agency issues an interpretive rule to clarify a specific environmental regulation.
  2. To minimize confusion, an interpretive rule was issued to explain the existing traffic laws.
  3. The healthcare department published an interpretive rule to provide better understanding of the complex health policies.

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