Enforce definition

Enforce. (and all derivations from it) means the taking of any of the following actions:
Enforce or “enforcement” means:
Enforce means exercise all of the Secured Party’s rights, under the Security Agreement or otherwise, in relation to the Security Interest.

Examples of Enforce in a sentence

Enforce Your Rights: If your claim for a benefit is Denied or ignored, in whole or in part, you have a right to know why this was done, to obtain copies of documents relating to the decision without charge, and to appeal any denial, all within certain time schedules.

If they did, they would abandon their principles and their self-respect.58 It seems that Wilson believed that the greatest force was morality, not the military, and that peace loving nations would not walk away from their values.Upon hearing of Wilson’s speeches and his suggestion of a world organization to maintain peace, Taft invited Wilson, along with Henry Cabot Lodge, to speak at the League to Enforce Peace banquet in Washington, D.C. on May 27, 1916.

Taft, joined the league bandwagon by becoming president of the League to Enforce Peace.

Evidence suggests that the League to Enforce Peace helped to directly, as well as indirectly, coordinate and develop the factions that engulfed the later League of Nations debate and prompted Americans to think critically about America’s position within the world.

League to Enforce Peace: A Forum For many historians, the story about the League of Nations debate normally begins when Wilson embarked on his famous trans-Atlantic journey to establish world peace for all nations.


More Definitions of Enforce

Enforce means enforce through criminal, civil or administrative proceedings;
Enforce means to employ any judicial or administrative remedy under KRS 405.405 to 405.420 and KRS 405.991(2) or under any other Kentucky law;
Enforce in this context means call on, use or otherwise take action to exercise or obtain the benefit of the Financial Security.
Enforce in relation to a trust means to require or compel trustees to execute carry out and perform their duties under the trust instrument and to bring and prosecute proceedings to enforce the terms of the trust;
Enforce means enforce through criminal, civil or administrative proceedings; “enforcement” means the taking of any action to enforce a law or regulatory
Enforce together with all grammatical variations thereof, includes all methods of enforcement or suit and includes the taking of any of the actions referred to in Clause 20.19 (Remedies) hereof;
Enforce means to enforce through criminal, civil or administrative proceedings;