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Definition of "codification" [co•di•fi•ca•tion]

  • The process of precisely formulating a statement, as a code of laws. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "codification" in a sentence
  • "Admistrative Justice Act (PAJA), which he described as a codification of administrative law, made it clear that Earthlife had to exhaust "internal remedies" before approaching the court for"
  • "Laws are enacted by societies, and societies can enact laws based on very differing values, reflecting different “morals” and resulting in codification and sanctioned behaviors that would be illegal and immoral in other societies … or in other times."
  • "So then codification is simply mass implementation?"