Prepositions after "enact"

"enact by" or "enact in"?

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    In 34% of cases enact by is used
    The talisman is enacted by me with all the rituals required in the invocation.
    Previously, the focus was on registered partnership laws, as enacted by Denmark, Greenland, Sweden, Norway and Iceland.
    Millions of people are facing homelessness because of a crooked system enacted by the major banks and Wall Street firms.
    The Office of the President of Ireland requires the President to sign into law whatever is enacted by the legislature (Dail Eireann).
    In the lowest population states, the National Popular Vote bill has passed in nine state legislative chambers, and been enacted by 3 jurisdictions.
    Another important Bill enacted by Parliament during his tenure as the Minister of Labour and Vocational Training was the Vocational Training Authority Act.
    I am delighted that the new legislation is now to be enacted by the Oireachtas which will have fundamental terms and conditions that have to be adhered to.
    One would expect the Prime Minister to be shouting about this from the rooftops: it is an example of a radical idea enacted by a reforming government that keeps its promises.

    In 32% of cases enact in is used
    This is also one kind of Wilayat enacted in the Islamic Shari'ah.
    Such was the intensity and devotion with which he has enacted in that scene.
    These failures caused the stimulus enacted in February 2009 to be botched i.
    Much of the economic debate centers on expiring tax cuts first enacted in the George W.
    The events of the ancient era of creation are enacted in ceremonies and danced in mime form.
    The act was enacted in 1984 and it has been a vital tool in regulation of the insurance industry.
    In the years following 1988 three distinct waves of trade agreements were being enacted in Central and Eastern Europe.
    This law was enacted in 2005, but the government backed down as soon as the religious community showed signs of disapproval.
    The requirement was enacted in 1965 as temporary legislation, to expire in five years, and applicable only to certain states.
    I would re-list and reflect the above mentioned crimes in my proposition, to include same if already not legally enacted in Parliament.

    In 5% of cases enact at is used
    If these policies are enacted at the end of 2012, there would be a substantial reduction in the budget deficit over the next few years.
    The rest consists largely of assuming tax increases that no one has formally proposed and that would be politically impossible to enact at the present time.

    In 5% of cases enact on is used
    The change in zoning is expected to be enacted on Jan.
    I was not watching a movie, so much as seeing the writing process examined, explored, and enacted on the screen.
    The business start-up act, otherwise known as the Crowdfund Act, is a new provision of the JOBS Act that was enacted on April 5th.
    Food Safety Regulations New Food Safety laws were enacted on 1 June 2009 and are applicable to both imported and domestically produced food.
    This will enable frontline office workers to better enact on each customer's behalf to fulfil customer demands and improve customer experience.
    The Rules of Procedure they have formulated was first enacted on 15 July 2010 and subsequently were amended twice by the judges on November 2010 and on 28 June 2011.

    In 4% of cases enact under is used
    But, a breach of Article 8 is not permitted by a law enacted under Article 149.
    On average, families making less than $20,000 would see their taxes increase by more than 60 percent if tax cuts enacted under President Barack Obama are allowed to expire.

    In 4% of cases enact into is used
    A regular Bill enacted into law will not take effect for up to a year later.
    As Archer notes, only three of the 312 PMBs introduced between October 1999 and October 2000 were enacted into law (217).
    Any such item of an appropriation bill may be enacted into law notwithstanding the governor's objections, in the same manner as provided for other bills.
    Upon verified application by any qualified elector, the supreme court shall review an apportionment plan adopted by the general assembly which has been enacted into law.

    In 2% of cases enact after is used
    Even now, only the full text of legislation enacted after 1996 is available (Church, 1997).
    Glass-Steagall, if you don't know, was enacted after the Great Depression to separate investment banks from commercial banks.
    The Patriot Act of the United States was enacted after the September 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center to strengthen the laws against TREASON to protect the United States.

    In 2% of cases enact with is used
    A bill they enacted with zero offsetting spending cuts.

    In 1% of cases enact until is used
    The law is not enacted until 1803.

    In 1% of cases enact over is used
    The main law governing tenancy matters or leases in Hong Kong is the Landlord and Tenant (Consolidation) Ordinance which is a consolidation of most of the laws enacted over the years in Hong Kong.

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