Enforce

  • (verb): Compel to behave in a certain way.
    Synonyms: impose
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on enforce:

Tulk V. Moxhay - Judgment
... That this Court has jurisdiction to enforce a contract between the owner of land and his neighbour purchasing part of it, that the latter shall either use or abstain from using ... the covenant being one which does not run with the land, this court cannot enforce it, but the question is not whether the covenant runs with the land, but whether a party shall be permitted to use ... mere assignment and no covenant, this Court would enforce it against a party purchasing with notice of it for if an equity is attached to the property ...
Hunts Point Department Of Public Safety - Positions
... who perform peace officer action and enforce the NYS Penal Law, NYS Vehicle and Traffic Law, NYS and NYC Environmental Protection Law (Engine Idling Law), and NYC Administrative Code within the confines of the ... They enforce the market rules and regulations, enforce NYC Fire Codes, conduct truck and vehicle checkpoint inspections at the entrance of the facilities and enforce NYC ...
Beswick V Beswick - Significance
... that he has a sufficient interest to entitle him to enforce it, subject always, of course, to any defences that may be open on the merits ... Even if she was, she would not be able to enforce it, as she gave no consideration ... Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999, which gives a general right to enforce the benefit of a contract when one was either expressly identified as being able to ...
The Scarlet Empire - Satire
... called "walking delegates" to inspect union activities and enforce its contracts with manufacturers ... this type of state would repress all individual rights and enforce a destructive and inhumane conformity on its citizen victims ... satire concentrates on the Atlantean state's excesses in its attempts to enforce equality ...
Unconscionability
... is lacking or is so obviously inadequate that to enforce the contract would be unfair to the party seeking to escape the contract ... It may refuse to enforce the contract, refuse to enforce the offending clause, or take other measures it deems necessary to have a fair outcome ...

More definitions of "enforce":

  • (verb): Ensure observance of laws and rules.
    Synonyms: implement, apply

Famous quotes containing the word enforce:

    Do not enforce the tired wolf
    Dragging his infected wound homeward
    To sit tonight with the warm children
    Naming the pretty kings of France.
    John Crowe Ransom (1888–1974)

    It is so manifestly incompatible with those precautions for our peace and safety, which all the great powers habitually observe and enforce in matters affecting them, that a shorter water way between our eastern and western seaboards should be dominated by any European government, that we may confidently expect that such a purpose will not be entertained by any friendly power.
    Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)

    Will you enforce me to a world of cares?
    Call them again, I am not made of stones,
    But penetrable to your kind entreaties,
    Albeit against my conscience and my soul.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)