bring (something) into effect

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bring (something) into effect

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 effect, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by. The new law will be brought into effect on the first of January.
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According to a top Delhi Traffic Police officer, `100 fine will not work if the new proposal is brought into effect as most of the cars owners will willingly pay the amount to use their private vehicles on a daily basis.
Finally, the legislation allows for the measures on residential tenancies to be brought into effect in Scotland without the consent of the Scottish Parliament.
Sexual harassment targeting women in Egypt is highly prevalent, despite tighter countermeasures that have been brought into effect.
The proposal is up for approval by members of West Midlands Fire and Rescue Authority on Monday April 1 and could be brought into effect from April 1.
RTA website "I usually check the RTA websites to look for any newly-implemented rules in Dubai, or any that are likely to be brought into effect," stated Khalfan, adding that he usually travelled two or three times a week to Dubai.
Jordan's official stressed that the two-state solution must be brought into effect immediately through serious negotiations, with a timetable for the implementation and a resolution to end practices that hamper the peace process.
According to cybercrime regulations brought into effect seven years ago, cybercrime perpetrators can be imprisoned for anywhere between one and 10 years and incur a fine of between SR500,000 and SR5 million, the paper said.
As many as 54 companies have violated Bahrain's midday working ban since it was brought into effect on 1 July, according to the country's Ministry of Labour.
He also brought into effect a previous two-month term which had been suspended.
If the above restriction is brought into effect the existing restriction which applies to a shorter length of the same road will be revoked.
The group has ventured into working on the project five years ago and it will be brought into effect as of February 2014.
In June 2010 national legislation was brought into effect requiring RNs and ENs to produce evidence that they have been maintaining their level of knowledge and competence.
au, the law, brought into effect just weeks ago, allows police to arrest tourists or foreigners whom they suspect of being gay or lesbian and is argued to go directly against the International Olympic Committee charter of non-discrimination.
The legal framework of the Green Deal was brought into effect in October 2012, through the Coalition's Energy Act 2011, laying the foundation for consumers to enter into a Green Deal Plan from January 28 2013.
He also said even those who have existing residential parking schemes would face a "nominal charge to maintain the scheme" if the policy is brought into effect.