The Sugar Act was passed in the year of 1764. The Stamps Act was passed in the year of 1765.
Right to information Act was passed in the Year is 2005
The Currency Act was passed in 1764.
The suger act and currency act passed in 1764
It was passed by Parliament in the year of 1773.
In 1914 the Clayton Antitrust Act was passed as an amendment to the Sherman act.
1850 is when the fugitive act was passed! There was also a Fugitive Slave Act in 1793.
It was passed in 1935.
IRDA Act 1999
It was passed in 1871.
ADA was passed in 1990 .
It was 16 years. The UN passed the UDHR in 1948.
The Tea Act was passed on May 10, 1773.
The Navigation act was passed in 1651.
On March 1919
The Kansas-Nebraska Act was passed on May 30, 1854. 1"854
Maryland Toleration Act, also known as the Act Concerning Religion, was passed in 1649 by the assembly of the Province of Maryland mandating religious toleration.
The Sugar Act, also known as the American Revenue Act, was passed in 1764.
The Indian Removal Act was passed during the presidency of Andrew Jackson, the 7th U. S. President. The United States Congress passed the act on May 28, 1830.
The tea act was passed by the Parliament on May 10, 1773
What was the year when stamp duty act passed in Maharashtra (INDIA) ?
it was in 1964 :D
nineteen tickity tock
It was on May 28, 1830 that the Indian Removal Act was passed. A number of Christian missionaries opposed the passing of the bill.
The Stamp Act and the Quartering Act both took effect in 1765.
Because if the British figured out that you had signed it you would be executed. This is only if it hadn't gotten passed though.
The Molasses Act was passed in March, 1733 by the Parliament of Great Britain.
The Termination of Pregnancy Act was passed in South Africa in the year 1996. It allows women to have terminations of pregnancy at up to 12 week and up to 19 with complications.
1917 i think
the declaration of independance
In 1765, England had passed the hated Stamp Act. They repealed it just a year later, but passed the Declaratory Act stating that they still had complete authority to tax the colonies.
The CAN-SPAM Act was passed on December 16, 2003 by President George W. Bush. The act set standards for sending commercial emails and attempted to control pornography.
The Sugar Act, also known as the American Revenue Act, was passed in 1764 and repealed in 1766.
On March 18, 1766, the Parliament of Great Britain repealed the Stamp Act and passed the Declaratory Act.
The Public Order Act was passed by Parliament in 1936.
The Selective Service Act or the Selective Draft Act was passed in 1917. President Woodrow Wilson signed it into law because America's army was small compared to the European nations armies.
an act is written by the government and a declaration is written by people. other than that they are closely related. if you don't follow an act it is punishable but with a declaration your fine
The Food Stamp Act was passed in 1964, after Lyndon B. Johnson made his famous State of the Union about his War on Poverty as part of the "Great Society."
The stamp act. it was passed in 1765 and it was passed before the delaratory act, townshed act, quartering act, and the sugar act.
the intolerable acts were passed on march 31st, 1774
The US Congress passed the Equal Pay Act in 1963. in the UK in 1970.
No, he hasn't. The Dream Act will be discussed during this month(May) and Obama will try to pass it this year.
FERPA stands for Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). In addition, this act was passed in the year 1974.
i think the british parliament passed the India independence act in 1947
why was the quartering act passed?
The Clean Water Act passed in 1972. This is a federal law about controlling the pollution of the nation's surface waters like streams, rivers and other waterways.
They passed the civil rights act of 1966. Not sure if year is right but they passed the civil rights act.
1986 disability service act was passed and 1992 the disability discrimination act was passed
the sugar act was passed first.