self-enforcing

self-en·forc·ing

(sĕlf′ĕn-fôr′sĭng)
adj.
Self-executing.
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Adoption of a two-tier GST is expected to dramatically simplify compliance and administration with the GST structure, according to the FBR sources, and increase the self-enforcing feature of the credit-invoice system, and increase the revenue yield.
"It's a self-enforcing policy and we're taking this very seriously.
Over subsequent centuries, the survivors in their community developed norms of credibility and reliability as well as self-enforcing arrangements and a form of "impersonal personal exchange" that were independent of the formal government.
Self-enforcing contracts are a viable workaround to help level the playing field.
In January 2018, the Federal Highway Administration published a report, Self-Enforcing Roadways: A Guidance Report (FHWA-HRT-17-098), which provides details on how to produce "self-enforcing'' roadways.
The concept of MAYFLY is significant because "the art world is a self-enforcing ivory tower that is heavily guarded by current market forces," explained curator Samantha Blumenfeld.
In her conclusions, Ms Sheppard OBE said: "With PCNs [penalty charge notices] issued with that consistency and persistency, year on year, it must have dawned on CCC that the the RPZ scheme was far from 'self-enforcing', and that motorists regularly fail to understand where parking is restricted.
"With PCNs [penalty charge notices] issued with that consistency and persistency, year on year, it must have dawned on CCC that the RPZ scheme was far from 'self-enforcing',' and that motorists regularly fail to understand where parking is restricted.
Next we look at a strategy for designing and leveraging "self-enforcing contracts" when doing deals with Chinese state-owned enterprises from attorneys Chris Carr and Dan Harris.
The regional broadening of economic growth is a particularly supportive factor which is self-enforcing and reduces the risk of an imminent deceleration of the current growth trend.
Keywords: Self-enforcing or Ubiquitous Market, Prosperous Market, Government-contrived Market, Market-augmenting Government.
Protecting ratepayers, who pay for Lifeline through an assessment on their phone bills, by setting a self-enforcing budget cap on the program