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enforcement

(en-fors′mĕnt)
Ensuring public compliance with a law, regulation, or ruling by the appropriate authorities.
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The ruling bloc aims to gain the Diet's approval for the bill as soon as possible in the face of the 60th anniversary May 3 of the Constitution's coming into force.
These rules would be introduced within a year of the directive coming into force. These office products are among those whose operation is deemed to most increase global warming.
The volume carries an analysis of EU electronic communications directives coming into force and their potential applications to various situations involving Internet, digital television and third--generation mobile networks.
A government official was quick to allay fears, saying that the deal should be okay as it was announced prior to the local law coming into force. In recent months, the megamergers of Argentina's oil giant YPF and Spain's Repsol, Brazilian brewers Brahma and Antartica, Mexican airlines Aeromexico and Mexicana and banks and power companies in Chile have also come under similar scrutiny regarding possible anti-trust concerns.
ALONG with a new financial year, April 6 sees a number of new planning rights and regulations coming into force. Prominent amongst these are the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations.
Health workers will be at the event to spread the word about a law coming into force on July 1 banning smoking in enclosed public places and workplaces.