AUTONOMIC LAW

AUTONOMIC LAW

autonomic law (aw-t[schwa]-nom-ik). The type of enacted law that has its source in various forms of sub-ordinate and restricted legislative authority possessed by private persons and bodies of persons. ? Examples are corporate bylaws, university regulations, and the rules of the International Monetary Fund.
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Carl, Chinese legal translator, specializes in translating legal documents pertaining to complex business disputes.