to inure to/for to serve to the use or benefit (of someone or something); to take effect, to result (in something); to come into operation This contract shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto.
- The tax cuts inure to small companies.
- The rules do not create new rights that would otherwise inure to creditors (=those owed money).
- This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of any successors to the parties.
- The land will inure to the Choctaw people and their descendants whilst they exist as a nation.
- Greater long-term financial benefits will inure to the surrounding communities if environmentally-friendly alternatives are used.
- The Warrants and associated rights provided in this Paragraph 4.3 shall inure for the benefit of the successors in interest of the Seller.
- Inure is the standard spelling and enure is a variation.