Bylaws are referred to the subset of a higher law that is specifically made for a particular segment of society, a specific demography or a particular purpose.
The bylaws are generally local in its scope and any amendments done to it are in accordance to the main law. Hence, amended and restated bylaws should be devised with care, precision and professionalism. There should be a specific need for such amendment.
The agreement statement for amended and restated bylaws must be reviewed on a regular basis and all modifications must be clearly stated. This process is generally applied for corporate and social laws and very rarely for civil and criminal laws.
The activity of amending and restating bylaws is generally carried out if the existing law loses its significance over time or has become irrelevant considering the change in demographics of a particular region. However, such modifications to the bylaws must not be contrasting to other bylaws of the same master law or the master law itself.
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