To make known by open declaration, as laws, decrees, or tidings; to publish; as, to promulgate the secrets of a council.
To make known or public, or to put (as a regulation) into effect.
To develop, file, publish, and put into effect insurance rates or forms. Proof of loss - Following a loss, a formal statement given by an insured to the insurer that includes details of the loss such as the original cost of damaged or destroyed property.
state or announce; "`I am not a Communist,' " he exclaimed; "The King will proclaim an amnesty"
put a law into effect by formal declaration
To put a law into effect by formal public announcement.
To officially announce.
To put (a law) into action or effect. To make known or publicly.
(1) To develop, publish and put into effect insurance rates or forms. (2) To make public, by publishing or announcing, the fact that a statute or rule of court is a legal order or direction enforceable by law, and violation of such is punishable as provided by law. (G,LE)
To make a new law known and put it into effect. The EPA promulgates a rule when it issues the final version in the Federal Register.
To publish or make laws known. To control the actions of real estate licensees, the Real Estate Commissioner has the right to promulgate regulations that have the force and effect of law.