[self-en-fawr-sing, -fohr-]
of or having the capability of enforcement within oneself or itself; self-regulating.


self-enforcement, noun Unabridged
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Such treaties, he argues, work only if they are self-enforcing.
In some instances some public agencies, such as road commissions and drain
  commissions are self-enforcing.
The zone itself is a self-enforcing, reduced speed area using speed humps,
  markings and signs.
All of the provisions of this section shall be self-enforcing.
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