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Dear Friends, Legal and Legislative compliance. I want to be clarified on the terms what is "LEGAL" and "LEGISLATIVE". Please explain. Regards, Sundar
19th January 2011 From India, Madras
Hi, Legal means Meeting the requirements under law. Legislative means Making, or having the power to make, a law or laws. Regards uks
21st January 2011 From India, Coimbatore
Dear Mr. Sundar,
Legislature is normally a body constituted under the Constitution of India thro' which Bills are passed
to become Law.
Legislative compliance is normally refered to the steps that are to be taken and complied with while
submitting legislation in the form of bills to parliament or state legislatures and after its passing in the said
parliament / Legislature, it becomes law there after.
Commission or Ommission (terms of such laws) are normally termed as Legal compliance.
Thanks
HC. Subbaramu
HR and Labour Law Consultant
Bangalore.
21st January 2011 From India, Kochi
For any definition you can make use of Google search. Just type ' Define: (the word) ' in the search box. Regards, Stephen Marks.
21st January 2011 From India, Coimbatore
'Legal' means as per the Law; conforming the standard/ norms of Law; approved by Law; of or permitted by Law
'Legislative' means related to Legislature- the capacity/power to make Laws; such as 'Legislative Power' -i.e. power to make Laws.
Hope this makes the point clear.
21st January 2011 From India, Delhi
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