By: Simon B
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Local Bylaws are UK laws made by local authorities, and they apply to certain limited geographical areas such as Merseyside, Yorkshire or Greater London. Local Bylaws usually cover issues that are of concern to local people in that region and have bylaws to which no laws already exist. If you check with your local authority, you may find that it has laws about riding horses in the local village or restricting the hours of bar opening times in the local area. Before bylaws come into force, the Secretary of State, on behalf of the Government, must pass them.