The passing of a bill into a law; the giving of legislative sanction and executive approval to a bill whereby it is established as a law.
That which is enacted or passed into a law; a law; a decree; a statute; a prescribed requirement; as, a prohibitory enactment; a social enactment.
Final approval of an Engrossed Bill by both branches. Enacted Bills aresent to the Governor by the Senate. (See also Engrossment)
A document which is published as an enforceable set of written rules, creating a law or statute. Endorsement Something written on the back of a document. One example of an endorsement is a signature on the back of a bill of exchange (e.g., a check) by which the person to whom the note is payable transfers it by making the note payable to the bearer or to a specific person, in accordance with the laws of bills of exchange. Another example is an endorsement of claim, which means that if you want to ask a court to issue a writ against someone, you have to "endorse" your writ with a concise summary of the facts supporting the claim, sometimes called a statement of claim.
The point at which a Law, as expressed in an Act of Parliament, comes into force.
A piece of primary legislation, such as an Act, or part of an Act. Can be used in particular cases to include subordinate legislation.
Final passage of a bill by the House or Senate.
the passing of a law by a legislative body
a legal document codifying the result of deliberations of a committee or society or legislative body
The point at which an Act of Parliament becomes law.
When a bill becomes a law.
Passage of the bill by the House and Senate.
The process whereby a measure becomes an act. Enactment is the legislative action after engrossment and is the last step before a measure is signed by the President and Speaker and sent to the Governor for approval. Measures that reach this stage are by convention referred to as finally passed.
An Act, a part of an Act or, occasionally, a piece of subordinate legislation may be referred to as an enactment.
A law or a statute; a document which is published as an enforceable set of written rules is said to be "enacted".