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enabling in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenablingen‧a‧bling /ɪˈneɪblɪŋ/ AWL adjective [only before noun]  lawSCL an enabling law is one that makes something possible or gives someone special legal powers
Examples from the Corpus
enablingThe enabling act can provide that the instrument is to be laid before either or both Houses of Parliament.Control over delegated legislation: The enabling act.There is only a solitary enabling clause.They operate negatively as constraints, but positively as enabling conditions.These skills can, however, improve patient care by enabling nurses to structure their working effectively.The increased capitation was seen as enabling schools to offer their pupils an enhanced curriculum.The enabling technologies for such an information and communications centre are already more or less in place.