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bring (something) into force

To cause (something) to apply, begin operating, or take effect; to begin implementing or enforcing (something). The new government has vowed to bring several policies into force, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by. The new law will be brought into force on the first of January.
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come into ˈforce

make a rule, law, etc. start being used; start being used: The government says it will bring the new rules into force on July the first.After the new housing law comes into force, we will find it easier to buy our own home.
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The regulations also bring into force many of the further powers being devolved to the Assembly and Welsh Ministers under the Wales Act 2017, including powers over elections, transport and the environment.
On Thursday, the European Union's competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia said during the Eurofi conference in Wroclaw that he had planned until the summer to bring into force the new standards at the beginning of 2012.
The European Union will bring into force on Friday a ban on carrying liquids in cabin baggage, which are purchased from duty-free shops outside the 27 member states.
Owen hopes the Bill will bring into force the full recommendation of the Competition Commission made at the end of its two-year inquiry in 2008.
Ahmedabad, Dec 16 (ANI): The Narendra Modi government has made a decision to bring into force an amendment bill during the forthcoming assembly session in the State, that would make it compulsory to vote during local body elections.
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The new Bill also plans to bring into force long awaited reforms to the Housing, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996, which has been the subject of debate since its introduction 10 years ago.
The Government will also bring into force parts of the St Andrew's agreement to allow for the reconstitution of DPPs before the next local government elections.
The court had granted YIT leave to appeal concerning the ruling by the Administrative Court to bring into force the residual taxes levied in 1997.
Environment Program (UNEP) announced that there were enough ratifications to bring into force the Prior Informed Consent (PIC) Procedure for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade, or the "Rotterdam Convention.
The EU urged Belarus to bring into force a draft media law that had been positively evaluated by Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and Council of Europe experts.
Greenpeace claims the area was the subject of a successful High Court action in Britain last November to bring into force a European Habitats Directive that meant extra protection for the area.
The publication in Argentina's Official Gazette of the Resolution made by the electricity sector regulator (ENRE) means the first tariff rise for ENDESA's subsidiary since the devaluation in 2002, and will bring into force the legal agreement to renegotiate Edesur's contract signed with UNIREN (the utility contract renegotiation unit) on 15 February 2006.
The proposals will bring into force recommendations that were put forward by France after the loss of an Air France jet in 2009 in the Atlantic, but which were never executed.
The consultation asks for comments on a new proposal to bring into force a pre-action protocol to ensure that all reasonable steps have been taken to avoid the necessity for litigation before a claim is made by a landlord against a tenant for possession of domestic premises for arrears of rent.