(1) The jurisdiction to stay, although introduced by statute in the field of arbitration agreements, is in origin an equitable remedy.(2) In my judgment, that argument does less than justice to the fact that the review procedure is provided for by statute .(3) Parliament's own rules - though not statute - give the courts that much consideration.(4) immunities granted to trade unions by statute(5) You can have a common law in the statute , I suppose, in some loose sense.(6) The founding meeting approved a statute and leadership of the organisation, banker Emil Hursev told journalists.(7) violation of the hate crimes statute(8) By ruling the statute unconstitutional, the decision affects every county in New Jersey.(9) The Allies drafted a statute that laid out the rules for trial procedure and defined the crimes to be tried.(10) It is not entirely clear from this paper, it may be clear from the original: is this form of lease prescribed by statute or regulation?(11) There may be the rare exception, such as a working sheep dog, which could fall within the statute , but the exception only proves the rule.(12) It is one thing to prosecute to conviction and to take positive steps authorised by statute to confiscate the proceeds of crime from the convicted defendant.(13) However the issue is decided by construction of the section of the statute not the common law.(14) In choosing between these submissions we must first remind ourselves of the relevant provisions of statute and subordinate legislation.(15) That seemingly innocuous statute implicitly included rules for classification and censorship.(16) It is not suggested in the present case that there was any liability for failure to exercise this power, either under the statute or at common law.