Meaning of enforceability in English:


Pronunciation /ɛnˌfɔsəˈbɪlɪti/


See enforceable

‘The first point must be to consider the enforceability of the limitation clause.’
  • ‘Third, enforceability does not represent a condition for the existence of obligation.’
  • ‘That destroys the right to specific enforceability of the agreement.’
  • ‘Some argue that, without direct enforceability by patients, there can be no proper right to health care.’
  • ‘Moreover, it would clearly be impossible to demand writing for every contract and so a more general test of enforceability is required.’