Definition of effectuation in English:

effectuation

noun

formal
  • See effectuate

    • ‘Now that is, of course, in consequence of the effectuation or performance of the contract not, of course, the agreement itself.’
    • ‘The reason why consideration was found was because what was being put into effect was the effectuation of, in effect, a court-approved scheme of arrangement.’
    • ‘She is strongly concerned that a delay in ratification could further lower momentum for the effectuation.’

Pronunciation

effectuation

/ɪfɛktʃʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n/