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the formal product of a legislative or judicial body

Synonyms for enactment

the passing of a law by a legislative body

a legal document codifying the result of deliberations of a committee or society or legislative body

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As well as new rights coming into force on April 6, there will also be a number of revisions to the Use Classes Order, which allow for certain changes of use without the need for planning permission.
Mr Smith said: "The changes coming into force in April will mean that, compared to 1997, families will on average be better off by pounds 1,200 a year.
The amendment also requires all cargo and passenger ships over 300 tonnes gross to be equipped with this technology within five years of the Directive coming into force.
HOSPITALS where junior doctors are forced to work more than 56 hours a week will be "named and shamed" under a new pay deal coming into force from this week.
The coming into force of a global treaty aimed at reducing the death toll worldwide from tobacco use and exposure to second hand smoke highlights the need for effective tobacco control measures, according to Brian Doyle, Global Sales Manager for Nymox Pharmaceutical Corporation (NASDAQ: NYMX).
SPORTS BETTING: A new code on sports betting has been launched to coincide with laws coming into force next week which could land cheats in prison for up to two years.
Kyoto coming into force is a positive step," said Jonathan Pershing, director, Climate and Energy Program, WRI.
Headteachers will be able to authorise teachers or security staff to search pupils without consent, under a law coming into force next Thursday.
Coming into force on the 1st January 2005, the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act will introduce new rights to access information held by public authorities and will have a significant impact on the 100,000 or so public bodies discharging public functions in the UK.
Downloaded album tracks and "golden oldies" will be eligible for the charts under new rules coming into force next week.