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carry out

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to compel observance of

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ensure observance of laws and rules

compel to behave in a certain way

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To the benefit of customers and the Enforce consulting team, much of the implementation effort can be delivered remotely from the new Dallas solution delivery center.
In an escalation of the battle with the American people over whether to enforce our immigration laws, both agents have been brutalized by the legal system and their lives and families are to be sacrificed.
And while some courts have allowed policyholders to stretch the meaning of "accident," other courts enforce the plain meaning of insurance policies and refuse to allow intentional acts that cause the intended consequences to be treated as accidents.
We also seek to enforce our rules, sometimes with video surveillance, at other times by claiming that those rules come from a surveilling god.
AB 528 (Frommer et al) allows any person with a "beneficial interest" in the outcome to bring civil action to enforce laws regarding the protection or enhancement of public health or the environment.
In his letter to Bush, Hostettler noted that federal courts have no mechanism to enforce their rulings other than federal marshals.
This is a simple non-disruptive approach to begin to enforce compliant practice, without jumping headlong into lights-out automation.
Although FTC, NCUA, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) officials generally agreed that consumers should receive information about the insured status of their deposits, they strongly maintained that their respective agencies should not enforce these provisions.
Security policy enforcement refers to the ability of organizations to define and enforce what users and devices are able to do, in order to prevent security breaches and unintentional or malicious attacks--such as the recent SQL Slammer worm.
Adams that greatly enhanced an employer's ability to enforce compulsory arbitration agreements.
The bill would require the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims to review the entire record and would require it to enforce the benefit-of-the-doubt rule.
A state could refuse to enforce a judgement if he request form contains incorrect or incomplete information.
Who would have thought that the Clinton administration would fall to enforce our environmental laws?
If a prosecutor decided to enforce the sodomy laws in one of the 14 states prohibiting sodomy by anyone but brought charges against only gay men and lesbians, we might successfully challenge the prosecutions on the basis of unfair enforcement of the law.
The Court of Appeals of Georgia ruled that a CPA firm could not enforce an employment termination agreement against former firm members who had left and formed a competing firm.