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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We should take inspiration from countries such as the US and Thailand in seeking to make these requirements legally enforceable.
Ms Goodman called for legally enforceable rights for homeowners in this situation.
The FDA's guidance documents, including this guidance, do not establish legally enforceable responsibilities.
A council spokesman said: "Significant survey work is required to ensure all zigzag markings are legally enforceable and this exercise is likely to start in the new year.
Bank who have signed up are required to include in its contracts a statement that the Code applies, which in turn is a legally enforceable document.
ProntoSignautomates the creation of legally enforceable, permanent business records, which are the commercial and legal equivalent of paper records.
David Davis caused alarm by saying at the weekend that a deal struck in Brussels last Friday to agree separation arrangements and open talks on UK-EU future relations was a"statement of intent"rather than"legally enforceable".
Last Sunday Brexit Secretary David Davis said the deal was 'more of a statement of intent than it was a legally enforceable thing.'
In an interview on Sunday, the Brexit Secretary appeared to suggest the UK could seek to alter terms on divorce issues including the Irish border, citizens' rights and the UK's PS39billion settlement, saying the deal was "much more a statement of intent than it was legally enforceable".
He claimed the deal was "much more a statement of intent than it was a legally enforceable thing".
We need legally enforceable universal safety standards that are built in from the start.
Further, the Bill provides legally enforceable powers to prevent, eliminate or minimise any identified biosecurity risks posed by people and/or businesses.