legislative rule

Definition of "legislative rule"
  1. A directive implemented by a government agency following the obligatory review and feedback procedures of the Administrative Procedure Act. This kind of rule has legal authority and imposes novel obligations on the parties being regulated
How to use "legislative rule" in a sentence
  1. The company must abide by the new legislative rule set forth by the environmental agency.
  2. In the healthcare industry, legislative rules can significantly affect how medical facilities operate.
  3. A legislative rule was released by the financial regulatory body, introducing new obligations for banks.

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