conditional+stipulation

  • 1 conditional stipulation — A stipulation which is dependent upon a condition …

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  • 2 conditional — adj. & n. adj. 1 (often foll. by on) dependent; not absolute; containing a condition or stipulation (a conditional offer). 2 Gram. (of a clause, mood, etc.) expressing a condition. n. Gram. 1 a conditional clause etc. 2 the conditional mood.… …

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  • 3 Stipulatio — was the basic form of contract in Roman law. It was made in the format of question and answer. The precise nature of the contract was disputed, as can be seen below.CapacityIn order to contract parties must have intellectus (understanding) and… …

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  • 4 proviso — pro·vi·so /prə vī zō/ n pl sos or soes [Medieval Latin proviso quod provided that] 1: an article or clause (as in a statute or contract) that introduces a condition 2: a conditional stipulation Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster …

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  • 5 proviso — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. condition[s], stipulation, clause, agreement; QUALifiCAtion, reservation, covenant. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. provision, clause, conditional stipulation; see limitation 2 , requirement 1 . III (Roget s… …

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  • 6 Proviso — Pro*vi so, n.; pl. {Provisos}. [L., (it) being provided, abl. of provisus, p. p. of providere. See {Provide}, and cf. {Purview}.] An article or clause in any statute, agreement, contract, grant, or other writing, by which a condition is… …

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  • 7 Provisos — Proviso Pro*vi so, n.; pl. {Provisos}. [L., (it) being provided, abl. of provisus, p. p. of providere. See {Provide}, and cf. {Purview}.] An article or clause in any statute, agreement, contract, grant, or other writing, by which a condition is… …

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  • 8 proviso — noun (plural sos; also soes) Etymology: Middle English, from Medieval Latin proviso quod provided that Date: 15th century 1. an article or clause (as in a contract) that introduces a condition 2. a conditional stipulation …

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  • 9 New Deal — This article is about the 1930s economic programs of the United States. For other uses, see New Deal (disambiguation). Top left: The Tennessee Valley Authority, part of the New Deal, being signed into law in 1933. Top right: Franklin Delano… …

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  • 10 proviso — n. Condition, provision, clause, conditional stipulation …

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  • 11 Roman Law —     Roman Law     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Roman Law     In the following article this subject is briefly treated under the two heads of; I. Principles; II. History. Of these two divisions, I is subdivided into: A. Persons; B. Things; C. Actions …

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  • 12 RIGHTS, HUMAN — The following article deals with the subject of human rights, their essence and the contents of various fundamental rights as reflected in the sources of Jewish Law. The interpretation of Israel s Basic Laws concerning human rights in accordance… …

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  • 13 condition — conditionable, adj. /keuhn dish euhn/, n. 1. a particular mode of being of a person or thing; existing state; situation with respect to circumstances. 2. state of health: He was reported to be in critical condition. 3. fit or requisite state: to… …

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  • 14 condition — con·di·tion 1 n 1: an uncertain future act or event whose occurrence or nonoccurrence determines the rights or obligations of a party under a legal instrument and esp. a contract; also: a clause in the instrument describing the act or event and… …

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  • 15 CONDITIONS — (Heb. תְּנָאִים, tena im). Definition Conditions is an ambiguous word inasmuch as it refers not only to the external factors upon which the existence of an agreement is made to depend but also to the actual terms of the contract itself. Thus, one …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 16 CONTRACT — (Heb. חוֹזֶה, ḥozeh), in general law theory a legally binding agreement between two or more parties, in terms of which one party undertakes for the benefit of the other to perform or refrain from a certain act. As such, contract is the main… …

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  • 17 contract — con·tract 1 / kän ˌtrakt/ n [Latin contractus from contrahere to draw together, enter into (a relationship or agreement), from com with, together + trahere to draw] 1: an agreement between two or more parties that creates in each party a duty to… …

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  • 18 logic, history of — Introduction       the history of the discipline from its origins among the ancient Greeks to the present time. Origins of logic in the West Precursors of ancient logic       There was a medieval tradition according to which the Greek philosopher …

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  • 19 Algorithm — Flow chart of an algorithm (Euclid s algorithm) for calculating the greatest common divisor (g.c.d.) of two numbers a and b in locations named A and B. The algorithm proceeds by successive subtractions in two loops: IF the test B ≤ A yields yes… …

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  • 20 Covenant (biblical) — This article is about biblical covenants. For other uses, see Covenant (disambiguation). A biblical covenant is an agreement found in the Bible between God and His people in which God makes specific promises and demands. It is the customary word… …

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