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In the U.S., bylaws are the administrative provisions for the internal management of a corporation, for example shareholders’ annual meetings, the board of directors, and corporate contracts and loans. Notably, the corresponding document in a UK company is called the articles of association and it contains similar provisions.

In the UK, by-laws are a type of delegated legislation in the form of regulations or ordinances made by local authorities pursuant to powers given to them through Acts of Parliament, or, generally, the internal rules of an organization (but not a company).