mutuality
mu·tu·al·i·ty /ˌmyü-chə-'wa-lə-tē/ n: the quality or state of being mutual: as
a: the quality of a contract under which both parties are bound by obligations
b: the state of debts for purposes of set-off under bankruptcy law in which the debts are owed between the same parties standing in the same capacity

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

mutuality
I noun coequality, commonality, commutability, commutation, correlation, correlativeness, correlativity, correspondence, dependence, exchange, interaffiliation, interassociation, interchange, interchangeability, interconnection, interdependence, inter mutation, interplay, interrelation, mutual dependence, mutual relation, permutation, reciprocality, reciprocalness, reciprocation, reciprocity associated concepts: mutuality of consent, mutuality of contract, mutuality of obligation, mutuality of remedy II index coaction, rapport, rapprochement, reciprocity, relation (connection), relationship (connection)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


mutuality
n.
A mutual or reciprocal action, quality, or condition.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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