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Definition of "rulemaking" [rulemaking]

  • Having the power to make rules (adjective)
  • The process of creating regulations. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rulemaking" in a sentence
  • "International Business Machines Corp. is one company that raised concerns about how it would be affected by the Dodd-Frank Act. It is among several large corporations that believe, without further clarification in rulemaking, they may be unintentionally caught up in the definition of a "major swaps participant" — essentially a non-dealer that regularly engages in swaps — despite their swaps being legitimate."
  • "The context of judicial rulemaking is unusually conducive to high rates of error when technology is influx."
  • "The information environment of judicial rulemaking is usually poor."