1‘courts are obliged to act in accordance with the strict rules of the law’
require, compel, bind, make, constrain, obligate, force, put under an obligation, leave someone no option, impel, coerce, pressure, pressurize
2‘will you oblige me by filling in this form?’
do someone a favour, do someone a kindness, do someone a service, accommodate, indulge, gratify, gratify the wishes of, help, assist, serve, humour, meet the needs of, meet the wants of, put oneself out for
be kind enough to
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.