Enforcible

En`for´ci`ble


a.1.That may be enforced.
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15) Consequently, its main goal was "to make valid and enforcible agreements for arbitration contained in contracts involving interstate commerce.
Hayek, supra note 34, at 179 ("[T]he idea of making this higher law explicit and enforcible [sic] by putting it on paper, though not entirely new, was for the first time put into practice by the Revolutionary colonists.
8 ("In the unlikely event of [a state refusing to honor a federal writ ad prosequendum], we are confident that the writ would be held enforcible [sic].
You can request that any funds left over when your pet dies be given to a relative, charity, or the veterinarian, though this request is not legally enforcible.
xv) that this principle can never mean that all contracts will be legally binding and enforcible [sic].
The opening, typographical-error-laden sentence of the House Report states: "The purpose of this bill is to make valid and enforcible [sic] agreements for arbitration contained in contracts involving interstate commerce or within the jurisdiction or [sic] admiralty, or which may be the subject of litigation in the federal courts.
There aren't enough rules and guidelines about how the money is used that are enforcible in court," he said.
1) Reciprocal penalties are not enforcible on countries of the Global North as they continue to set the standard for nuclear stockpiling or participate in nuclear proliferation.
Capulet's party, the next group scene, heightens the earlier tension between private and public by narrowing the stage from street to hall and making presence and absence an enforcible matter.
The Act dramatically reduced the role of the Industrial Relations Commission and the system of awards (legally enforcible decisions) over which it presided.
not enforcible paper contracts but states of mutual assent between people that