Definitions for "Enfranchisement"
Giving to an individual or class of persons the right to vote in elections.
Where a voting restriction is removed from a Security class.
In England & Wales where qualifying criteria are met, long leaseholders of flats have the right to purchase the freehold and superior lease such as a head lease of their building. This known as “The right to enfranchise.” The opportunity to exercise the right occurs in various circumstances such as if the landlord is in breech of an obligation under the lease or the landlord wishes to sell his freehold interest in the building.
Admission to the freedom of a corporation or body politic; investiture with the privileges of free citizens.
freedom from political subjugation or servitude
Keywords:  slavery, custody, releasing
Releasing from slavery or custody.
the act of certifying or bestowing a franchise on
Empowering people and then coupling it with a method of compensation that pays individuals for their performance (e.g. commissions for exceeding forecasted sales.)