KJV Dictionary Definition: statutable
STATUTABLE, a. from statute.
1. Made or introduced by statute; proceeding from an act of the legislature; as a statutable provision or remedy.
2. Made or being in conformity to statute; as statutable measures.
STATUTABLY, adv. In a manner agreeable to statute.
STATUTE, L., to set.
1. An act of the legislature of a state that extends its binding force to all the citizens or subjects of that state, as distinguished from an act which extends only to an individual or company; an act of the legislature commanding or prohibiting something; a positive law. Statutes are distinguished from common law. The latter owes its binding force to the principles of justice, to long use and the consent of a nation. The former owe their binding force to a positive command or declaration of the supreme power. Statute is commonly applied to the acts of a legislative body consisting of representatives. In monarchies, the laws of the sovereign are called edicts, decrees, ordinances, rescripts, &c.
2. A special act of the supreme power, of a private nature, or intended to operate only on an individual or company.
3. The act of a corporation or of its founder, intended as a permanent rule or law; as the statutes of a university.