interpretive rule

noun

  • Procedural Law and Evidence

Definitions of interpretive rule

  • a document produced by an authority to explain its rules or regulations, or to explain the meaning of a piece of legislation for which it is responsible

    The lawsuit claims that the 2014 Interpretive Rule "violates the plain language of the statutory orphan drug exclusion".

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