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enactment

noun act, bill, charter, codification, dictate, edict, establishment, fiat, law, legislation, lex, measure, ordinance, plebiscitum, regulation, rule, ruling, statute, statutory law
Foreign phrases: Leges suum ligent latorem.Laws should bind their own proposer. Jus constitui oportet in his quae ut plurimum accidunt non quae ex inopi nato. Laws ought to be made with a view to those cases which occur most frequently, and not to those which are of rare or acciiental occurrence. Leges figendi et refigendi consuetudo est periculosissima. The practice of making and remaking the laws is a most dangerous one. Quod populus postremum jussit, id jus ratum esto. What the people have last enacted, let that be the settled law.
See also: act, code, codification, commission, constitution, dictate, direction, directive, edict, fiat, law, mandate, measure, order, ordinance, pandect, performance, prescription, regulation, rubric, rule, statute, symbol, transaction
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But not even an eyebrow it blinked in taking an instant somersault on the derided enactment the moment it fell out with MQM and both took to separate ways.
Hoffman sought to provide a general understanding of how enactment has been utilized historically, as well as presently, in family therapy, group therapy, psychoanalysis, and neuroscience.
Salvador Minuchin, structural family therapy theorist, described enactment as the technique by which the therapist asks the family to "dance in his presence" (1974).
The provisions generally apply to individuals who expatriate on or after the date of enactment.
citizens or residents who receive on or after the date of enactment qualifying gifts or bequests from an expatriated individual (or an individual who immediately before death was a covered expatriate) (See.
In their enactment, however, differences are represented in the manner in which each partnership team answered these questions, reflecting the varied strategic priorities of each district and the need to ensure that programs fit well with districts' cultures.
Sir William Blackstone, English jurist and law professor (1723-1780), wrote in his famous Commentaries on the English Common Law that "no enactment of man can be considered law if it does not accord with the law of God.
Effective for stock acquired pursuant to options exercised after the date of enactment.
Financial Management -- financial management from the government perspective, which includes topics on budget formulation (building a budget), budget enactment, and budget execution.
The bill would require the USDA to implement an animal identification program that would be phased in within 60 days of enactment.
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