synallagmatic

synallagmatic

(ˌsɪnæləɡˈmætɪk)
adj
(Law) law relating to a reciprocally binding contract
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Contract award notice: Conclusion of promise (s) synallagmatic (s) of sale for the realization of a free housing operation and lease to construction of a social housing operation - sanary-sur-mer (france-marseille: Multi-dwelling buildings construction work)
Since the contractor agreement is synallagmatic, its termination occurs generally under the conditions of common law for synallagmatic contracts (Belu Magdo, 2012: 33), but also in the case of special circumstances.
4) The deposit can be unilateral, when it is gratuitous, as it rises obligations to a single party, the depositor having only a lender quality (not a debtor one) or bilateral (synallagmatic) when it is onerous, characterized by reciprocal obligations incumbent to all parties and by the interdependence of these mutual obligations (Boroi, 2012: 79).
The consignment agreement has the following legal characteristics: main agreement, synallagmatic, for good and valuable consideration, intuitu personae, commutative, consensual, with no transfer of property and it is a named agreement.
According to Proudhon, all federations, despite their apparent diversity, have the same foundation in the form of a synallagmatic and commutative contract.
In Romanian legal literature (Uliescu, 2011; Ungureanu, 2011), unforeseeability is considered an exception to the pacta sunt servanda principle and it refers to revising the effects of a legal document (more precisely, a synallagmatic contract, in return for remuneration, commutative and with a successive execution).
The first follows a breach of a rule laying down reciprocal or synallagmatic obligations, which are confined to the bilateral relation between the injured state and the wrongdoer.
In terms of this, we are confronted with the empirical lack of democratic legitimacy and control of international organizations as well as with the lack of a transnational community which would be able to create synallagmatic decisions.
715, 725 (2009) Note the differing treatment of the "bilateral" or "reciprocal" contract (and not "synallagmatic or bilateral") from the unilateral contract.
This does not mean that human fights law is not about inter-state obligations, but that it is not reducible to synallagmatic bargains between states.
From this latter perspective, the sovereignty deferences that are accorded to actions within the territory of a state by other states are conditional and synallagmatic. In Island of Palmas, Max Huber, the sole arbitrator, stated that: Territorial sovereignty ...
Contract notice: competitive procedure with negotiation for the conclusion of a synallagmatic promise of sale with general interest charges in the municipality of morne--l~eau