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What does "enacted" mean?



 
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What does "enacted" mean? #1 (permalink) Mon May 08, 2006 19:38 pm   What does "enacted" mean?
 

Hy,
My name is Bobby and i am going to sit CAE this june and I have a question:
"What does enacted mean?"

Thank you,

Bobby
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Enact #2 (permalink) Mon May 08, 2006 19:42 pm   Enact
 

Hi Bobby,

Enact means put into practice, perform. A policy prepared by a Government is enacted when it is made into/ becomes a law.

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