Lawmaking [noun]

Definition of Lawmaking:

law of a government

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Sentence/Example of Lawmaking:

The elective Assembly was compelled to share even the lawmaking power with an upper house, the Legislative Council.

As the lawmaking power is present everywhere, nothing can escape its multieyed scrutiny.

A wholesome respect for the possibilities of lawmaking here takes the place of actual statutes.

A majority of Georgia's lawmaking body thus became financially interested in the project, and the bill passed both houses.

Nature prepares the way for lawmaking the heart restless, by an unsatisfying experiment, without it.

It told us chiefly how we should not legislate and upon what subjects we should refrain from lawmaking.

Thus, apart from mere systematic and formal improvement, the theory of lawmaking in the maturity of law was negative.

To the law-of-nature school, lawmaking was but an absolute development of absolute principles.

It must be recognized that lawmaking and adjudication are not in fact determined precisely by a weighing of interests.

Moreover genuine interpretation and lawmaking under the guise of interpretation run into one another.