Enforceable Law and Legal Definition
Enforce means to compel observance of or obedience to. Enforceable means capable of being enforced. A right or obligation is enforceable if a party obligated to an act can be forced or ordered to comply with the legal process.
In other words, enforceable is an action which can be made effective. For example, an agreement or contract between persons in which either of the parties can legally compel the performance of the other is called an enforceable contract.
Legal Definition list
- Energy-Savings Performance Contract
- Energy-Efficient Standby Power Devices
- Energy-Efficient Product
- Energy, Sanctions, and Commodities [EEB/ESC] [Department of State]
- Enforcement Action
- Enforcement Adjudication [Energy]
- Enforcement Bureau [FCC]
- Enforcement Hotline [Energy Conservation]
- Enforcement Power