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obligatory

(ə-blĭg′ə-tôr′ē, ŏb′lĭ-gə-)
adj.
Biology Obligate.

o·blig′a·to′ri·ly adv.
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Only after this "collectivization duty" has been satisfied is there a subject for the collective obligation to save the swimmer; beforehand, there are only individuals obligated to try to help save the swimmer by trying to collectivize as others do.
Keywords: ownership, obligation, obligation unity, dedication, commitment crash
Although Nishat did not mention Azad's 1-864 obligation in her response to his petition for dissolution of marriage, she argued at trial that she should be awarded maintenance on the basis of his obligation.
If a contract or obligation is voidable, it remains effective until that contract or obligation is revoked by the injured party.
Following the entry into force of EMIR Refit on 17 June 2019, some counterparties are exempted from the clearing obligation while still being subject to the trading obligation.
Securities and Exchange Commission, affirmed the ratings on the following Pinal County, Arizona obligations at 'AA'.
In addition, the gender differences on Filial Obligation were also examined.
According to the details, Saudi embassy had yesterday directed that people above the age of 45 are to be excluded from the obligation of biometric verification.
Some authors have criticized the legal definition as it prioritized the passive component of the obligation, i.e.
Referring to the "sources of obligations", the legislature mentions that they are: the contract, the unilateral legal act, the management of affairs, unjust enrichment, undue payment, torts, as well as any other act or fact to which the law relates the creation of an obligation.
In these instances, a party will often try and move away from an absolute obligation to carry out the task and qualify his position by saying that he will "try" and perform the obligation in question.
The question frequently arises as to how much effort needs to be put into fulfil the obligation. The 'other side'' will want the obligor to use as much effort as possible, but the obligor will need to consider the amount of time and cost involved and the extent to which its own commercial interests may be adversely affected.