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TO ENURE. To take, or have effect or serve to the use, benefit, or advantage of a person. The word is often written inure. A release to the tenant for life, enures to him in reversion; that is, it has the same effect for him as for the tenant for life. A discharge of the principal enures to the benefit of the surety.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In Philip Webb Pty Ltd v Babalis (Unreported, Supreme Court of Victoria, Byrne 1, 28 July 2006) the Court refused the employer an application to restrain the employee from soliciting former clients for nine months, with the comment that: 'I am not satisfied that the good will which attaches to a real estate salesman enures for nine months.
Swift changeover to a large variety of pad shapes can occur by switching product-related parts and enures a highly flexible production level.
The Court held that the Revised Treaty, although not always expressly conferring such rights or benefits to persons, nonetheless allows their derivation from correlative obligations imposed upon Parties: "Where an obligation is [imposed on Member States (or a class of Member States) collectively], it is capable of yielding a correlative right that enures directly to the benefit of private entities throughout the entire Community." (28) This is a significant judicial development, one that makes the Revised Treaty potentially relevant in any case where a concrete duty is imposed upon a Member State.
In the meantime, we await the appearance in the Faure (Enures completes now underway the volume that will provide a truly corrected and critical edition of one of the composer's most important and often performed works.