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"statutory" in British English

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statutoryadjective

uk   /ˈstæt.jʊ.tər.i/  us   /-tɔːr-/
decided or ​controlled by ​law: statutory ​obligations
(Definition of statutory from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"statutory" in Business English

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statutoryadjective

uk   us   /ˈstætjətəri/
LAW decided, ​controlled, or ​required by ​law: There is no ​escape from these ​charges since they are statutory. In France everybody is ​entitled to a statutory 25 days a ​yearholiday. You have no statutory ​authority to ​order anybody to make a ​refund. statutory ​duty/​obligations/​responsibilities When ​managingagents are ​dealing with other people's ​money, it is vital that this is ​covered by statutory ​regulation. Unions want a statutory ​right to ​time off for ​training. The Board of Management will ​submit the ​annual statutory ​accounts. The ​governmentwants to ​increase the ​turnoverthreshold above which ​companies are ​required to have a statutory ​audit of their ​annualaccounts.
statutorily
adverb
The ​agencyplans to complete all statutorily ​requiredinspections by the end of May.
(Definition of statutory from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “statutory”
in Chinese (Simplified) 法定的…
in Turkish yasal, kanunî…
in Russian установленный законом…
in Chinese (Traditional) 法定的…
in Polish ustawowy…
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