Enacting clause

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that clause of a bill which formally expresses the legislative sanction.

See also: Enact

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The accused legal entity Farmer doo A iroki Brijeg was found responsible, under Section 1 and Section 11 of the enacting clause of the Judgment, of committing the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250(2) of the CC BiH, as read with the criminal offense of Failure to Pay Taxes under Article 211 of the CC BiH.
On Thursday, Echols removed the bill's title and enacting clause. That maneuver prevents the bill from becoming law until both clauses are restored.
I was killing the enacting clause in order to have a vote, up or down, on this fundamental policy change."
(20) Nonetheless, repeating the traditional enacting clause allows Parliament to demonstrate a loyalty that is important to its self-conception, as well as to the national identity of the polity it serves.
(bb.) Senate struck all but the enacting clause and substituted division A of S.
8 with the following language: "Amendments: Strike all after the enacting clause and insert the following." Then they wrote 153 pages of their own and sent it back to the House.
It is true that the 'general office of a proviso is to except something from the enacting clause, or to qualify and restrain its generality.' United States v.
Not only was Labour seemingly enacting Clause 4, by seizing the commanding heights of the economy, but it was doing so with Tory support.
Each text is divided into sections based on function (e.g., the "enacting clause," which names the issuer of the decree, its object, its beneficiary, and its applicability), and the analysis of each section of text identifies a set list of features: Neo-Egyptian characteristics (Late Egyptian), "Classical" forms (Middle Egyptian), legal terms, and legal formulae.
2622, to be discharged from the Senate Commerce Committee with the text after the enacting clause stricken and replaced by the text of S.
It might more properly be called the Enacting Clause of the Constitution (in which case we might view it as somewhat more important.)
of the enacting clause), the accused Mate Jelcic (under Sections II.a, II.a.1., II.a.2., II.b, II.b.3.