Word:

Reciprocal contract

RECIPROCAL CONTRACT, civil law. One in which the parties enter into mutual engagements.
     2. They are divided into perfect and imperfect. When they are perfectly reciprocal, the obligation of each of the parties is equally a principal part of the contract, such as sale, partnership, &c. Contracts imperfectly reciprocal are those in which the obligation of one of the parties only is a principal obligation of the contract; as, mandate, deposit, loan for use, and the like. In all reciprocal contracts the consent of the parties must be expressed. Poth. Obl. n. 9; Civil Code of Louis. art. 1758, 1759.

Browse
rechewed food
Rechless
Rechoose
Recidivate
Recidivation
Recidive
Recidivism
Recidivist
Recidivous
Recife
Recipe
Recipiangle
Recipience
Recipient
recipient role
Reciprocal
-- Reciprocal contract --
reciprocal cross
Reciprocal equation
Reciprocal figures
reciprocal inhibition
reciprocal ohm
reciprocal pronoun
Reciprocal proportion
Reciprocal quantities
Reciprocal ratio
Reciprocal terms
reciprocal-inhibition therapy
Reciprocality
Reciprocally
Reciprocally proportional
Reciprocalness
Reciprocate
Definitions Index: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

About this site and copyright information - Online Dictionary Home - Privacy Policy