en·force·ment n: the act or process of enforcingenforcement of the debt
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
administration, carrying into effect, carrying out, coaction, compulsion, compulsory execution, constraint, dictation, effectuation, exaction, execution, force, forcible urging, implementation, imposition, insistence, insistence upon, necessitation, necessity, obligation, obligement, pressure, requirement, strengthening, support
associated concepts: enforcement of a contract, enforcement of a judgment, enforcement of a lien, enforcement of a right, enforcement proceeding
- Pacta conventa quae neque contra leges neque dolo malo inita sunt omni modo observanda sunt — Agreements which are not contrary to the laws nor entered into with a fraudulent design must be observed in all respects- Executio furis non habet injurlam. — The execution of law does no injury- Scire leges non hoc est verba earum tenere, sed vim ac potestatem. — To know the laws is not to observe their words alone, but their force and power- Interest reipublicae ne maleficia remaneant impunita. — It concerns the state that crimes do not go unpunished.- Ex nudo pacto non oritur nascitur actio. — No action arises on a contract without a consideration.- Nemo jus sibi dicere potest. — No one can declare the law for himself.II index action (performance), commission (act), compulsion (coercion), discharge (performance), duress, force (compulsion), requirement
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
Money judgements from a court must be recovered by the successful party using the judicial procedures. The best method adopted will depend on identifying the debtor's assets and assessing how best one can get at them for enforcement purposes.
Easyform Glossary of Law Terms. — UK law terms.
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Enforcement — En*force ment, n. [Cf. OF. enforcement.] 1. The act of enforcing; compulsion. [1913 Webster] He that contendeth against these enforcements may easily master or resist them. Sir W. Raleigh. [1913 Webster] Confess t was hers, and by what rough… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
enforcement — UK US /ɪnˈfɔːsmənt/ US / ˈfɔːrs / noun [U] LAW ► the process of making sure that people obey something such as a law or rule: enforcement of sth »Firms in member states where enforcement of regulations is weaker could have an unfair competitive… … Financial and business terms
enforcement — late 15c., from O.Fr. enforcement strengthening, fortification; rape, compulsion, coercion; from enforcer; see ENFORCE (Cf. enforce) + MENT (Cf. ment) … Etymology dictionary
enforcement — [n] requirement to obey; imple mentation of rule(s) administration, application, carrying out, coercion, compulsion, compulsory law, constraint, duress, enforcing, exaction, execution, fulfilling, imposition, impulsion, insistence, lash, martial… … New thesaurus
enforcement — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ law ▪ peace ▪ soldiers involved in peace enforcement operations overseas ▪ civil rights (AmE), drug (esp. AmE) ▪ … Collocations dictionary
enforcement — n. 1) rigid, strict, stringent enforcement 2) law enforcement * * * [ɪn fɔːsmənt] strict stringent enforcement law rigid … Combinatory dictionary
enforcement — [[t]ɪnfɔ͟ː(r)smənt[/t]] N UNCOUNT: oft N of n If someone carries out the enforcement of an act or rule, they enforce it. The doctors want stricter enforcement of existing laws, such as those banning sales of cigarettes to children … English dictionary
enforcement — en|force|ment [ınˈfo:smənt US o:r ] n [U] when people are made to obey a rule, law etc ▪ law enforcement … Dictionary of contemporary English
enforcement — en|force|ment [ ın fɔrsmənt ] noun uncount ** the process of making sure that something happens, especially that people obey a law: law enforcement … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
enforcement */*/ — UK [ɪnˈfɔː(r)smənt] / US [ɪnˈfɔrsmənt] noun [uncountable] the process of making sure that something happens, especially that people obey a law or rule law enforcement … English dictionary