- n. The quality of being enforceable.
- enforce + -ability (Wiktionary)
“Co. Court and asking for an injunction against making any changes to the park until the deed restriction enforceability is completely settled (through all possible appeals).”
“Once again this has raised questions about the long-term enforceability of the television licence in the United Kingdom.”
“How a regulation is designed has implications for its enforceability, which is often critical to overall effectiveness.”
“But duties lacking enforceability, which is the case with”
“Terms of service are based in contract law, but their enforceability is a gray area in US law.”
“Libel laws, obscenity laws, the enforceability of non-disclosure agreements, etc..”
“In practice, the enforceability of each TOS implementation often falls on a sliding scale, depending on the degree of notice it provides the user.”
“This is really a soundbite law as its effectiveness, enforceability and possible drain on police and city re$ources are all concerns. onionbag”
“In a statement, BP said that "the enforceability of the indemnification provision in the drilling contract will depend on the court's determination at trial of Transocean's conduct, which has already been the subject of unprecedented regulatory action.”
“Efforts to reduce loan balances and to create special rescue programs have reduced the security of loans, challenged the enforceability of contracts, and driven up real borrowing costs.”
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