Legal Definition and Related Resources of Enactment
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- Legal Definition and Related Resources of Enactment
Meaning of Enactment
Synonyms of Enactment
- statutory lawforeign phrases: Leges suum ligent latorem
- Laws should bind their own proposer
- Jus constituíoportet in his quae ut plurimum accidunt non quae ex inopi nato
- Laws ought to be made with a view to those cases which occur most frequently
- and not to those which are of rare or accidental occurrence
- Leges figendi et refigendi consuetudo estpericulosissima
- The practice of making and remaking the laws is a most dangerous one
- Quod populus postremum jussit
- id jus ratum esto
- What the people have last enacted
- let that be the settled law
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- Article Name: Enactment
- Author: Asian Law
The process of bringing a statute into law.
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