legally enforceable

legally enforceable

adjective authoritative, binding, compelling, compulsory, decreed valid, established, formulate, has legal effect, has legal force, imposed, in effect, legally binding, legitimate, licensed, mandated, mandatory, necessary, operative, prescribed, put into force, put into operation, put into practice, required, sanctioned, valid, validated, warranted
Associated concepts: legally enforceable rights
See also: triable
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Unlike the National Minimum Wage, payment of the living wage is not legally enforceable.
I WOULD like to dispel the myths that 20mph speed limit areas in the city are not legally enforceable and are overlooked by Merseyside Police.
Principal Trading Standards officer Jim McCluskey said: "In September 2007, gambling contracts became legally enforceable.
There shall be a joint venture or consortium or group agreement executed between the parties exclusively for the project and which shall be legally enforceable by way of attesting by a notary.
Yet it has now emerged the lines were painted before they are legally enforceable.
DOUBLE-YELLOW lines have been painted on a Northumberland housing estate before they're legally enforceable.
Older people need more protection against these rogue traders and Age Cymru wants legally enforceable 'No Cold Calling Zones' created across Wales.
Only 10 days ago he claimed that a "significant" increase in the minimum wage would cost jobs and "be self-defeating" - the old tune the Tories hummed in the years they opposed Labour's guarantee of a legally enforceable pay rate.
ENGLAND Under-21s manager Gareth Southgate has called for a cap on foreign talent playing below the Premier League, but has "no idea" whether such a proposal is legally enforceable.
We want legally enforceable zones to be set up across Wales.
Despite its focus on legally enforceable contracts, the proposed standard was drafted without input from the legal community.