Enactment may refer to: Law. Enactment of a bill, when a bill becomes law.
Enacting formula, formulaic words in the bill/act which introduce its provisions ...
Define enactment: the act of enacting : the state of being enacted — enactment in
Enactment definition, the act of enacting. See more.
the process of passing legislation, an instance of acting... Meaning, pronunciation
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acting the part of a character on stage; dramatically representing the character by
speech and action and gesture. Full Definitions of enactment. 1. n the passing ...
Something that has been enacted: "Dance itself is the enactment of an energy
which must seem ... untrammeled, effortless, masterful" (Susan Sontag).
enact meaning, definition, what is enact: to put something into action, especially
to make something law: . Learn more.
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Definition of enactment: Action by a legislature to pass an act or a part thereof.
The legal definition of Enactment is A statute or regulation pursuant thereto.