In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(laws)legislación feminineunder existing legislation — de acuerdo a / conforme a la legislación vigente
- a new piece of legislation — una nueva ley (or un nuevo proyecto de ley etc.)
- to bring in / introduce legislation — introducir legislación / leyes
- the legislation on industrial relations — la legislación (en materia) laboral
- The legislation made the occupier liable and this was held to include the receiver.
- This may be enforced by law, with a clause in the legislation to set up regulation of care providers.
- Instead he is talking of changing legislation to allow the imposition of martial law.
- At the same time, legislation reforming the licensing laws should also be in place.
- The primary legislation relevant to this claim is the same as that in Todd's case.
- It remains to be seen whether further delays will hamper the enactment of this legislation.
- Many of these provisions may make sense if they are placed in ordinary legislation.
- Local clean air laws are stronger and more comprehensive than state legislation.
- Those are the words that are used in sections of this type in a great deal of legislation.
- The court would merely be placing itself in a better position to understand the legislation.
- In order to examine these submissions it is necessary now to set out the relevant legislation.
- This is set out specifically in the Act in relation to the interpretation of legislation.
- Our task is to evaluate the ensuing legislation in the light of all these matters.
- This had made them exempt from certain legislation that does not apply to the Crown.
- That section did not empower him to make a radical change of any other kind to any legislation.
- A new group set up to review burial and cremation legislation has held its first meeting.
- The national legislation in the form in which it now appears adopts the same approach.
- Other areas where the law and the media are in conflict include libel and privacy legislation.
- Now she is calling for new legislation to outlaw the practice and public opinion is being sought.
- The case raises the question of the proper construction of the relevant legislation.
- In her new job, Cooper will be in charge of legislation leading up to the euro referendum.
- This is very important legislation on which we on this side of the House want to have a say.
- That is not the sort of legislation or approach that we on this side of the House want to see.
- It can use this claim to block further legislation, claiming it is superfluous.
- The shift of focus was from the streets to parliament, from mobilisation to legislation.
- He is a man who should seek to gain some greater insight as to why this legislation is not working.
- That has all led to the investment in growth that this legislation will put into place.
- Cohen shows how immigration legislation has not just been about keeping people out.
- On this legislation he is doing more than the United Future party does in a normal week.
- This is the sort of legislation that should go to the public for a binding referendum.
- We spend a lot of time on legislation that does not have that level of significance.
- We on this side of the House do not favour retrospective legislation in the tax area.
- It is legislation that is necessary to cover the actual problem we are dealing with.
- Though the details of this policy are not yet clear it is certain to require new legislation.
- I think that at some point it would require legislation to ensure that people took their meds.
- If that were to be an outcome of this legislation, it would be a sad and a bad thing.
- This legislation is a farce, and it will cause a huge waste of time and money for the courts.
- Opas is calling for legislation to require the scheme to meet the pension in full.
- That is why that legislation did not do all the economic damage that it could have done.
- Valerie Keating is the Home Office official in charge of the proposed legislation.
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