the term applied to an agreement where the parties are not bound unless both parties are bound.
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a term used for the remedy that is available to both parties.
Retiring the purchased stock of an insurer. Converting a stock insurer to a mutual insurer is done this way.
Logically condition where only one choice can be made, thereby excluding all other choices.
The person who lends chattels in the contract of mutuum, (q. v.)
To borrow; mutuatus, a borrowing. 2 Arch. Pr. 25.
A person who borrows personal chattels to be consumed by him and returned to the lender in kind and quantity ; the borrower in a contract of mutuum.
Lat. In civil and old English law. Dumb and deaf. MUTUUM 801 MYSTIC TESTAMENT
Eat. In the law of bailments. A loan for consumption ; a loan of chattels, upon an agreement that the borrower may consume them, returning to the lender an equivalent in kind and quantity. Story, Bailm. S 228; Payne v. Gardiner, 29 N. Y. 107; Downes v. Phoenix Bank, 0 Hill (X. Y.) 299; Rahilly v. Wilson, 20 Fed. Cas. 181.
Lat. A gift; an office; a benefice or feud. A gladiatorial show or spectacle. Calvin.; Du Cange.
Classifying personalities into four categories by personality typing. This test uses independent orthogonal types or scales: (1) Extroversion (E) vs. Introversion (I), (2) Sensing (S) vs. intuition (N), (3) Thinking (T) vs. Feeling (F), and (4) Judging (J) vs. Perceiving (P). Isabel Myers-Briggs of the US and her mother developed this method. Neither had any formal training in psychology. They based their approach on Austrian psychologist Carl Jung's (1875-1961) personality types theory.
Monastic habitation; perhaps the part of a monastery set apart for purposes of hospitality, or as a sanctuary for criminals. Anc. Inst. Eng. BL.LAW DTCT.(2D ED.)
Unexplainable loss of assets in an event beyond occurrences like a robbery. This term gives broader coverage than specific everyday perils like robbery.
A trade, art, or occupation. 2 Inst 008. Masters frequently bind them- selves in the indentures with their apprentices to teach them their art, trade, and mystery. State v. Bishop, 15 Me. 122; Bar- ger v. Caldwell, 2 Dana (Ky.) 131.
Posing as a casual shopper, gathering information on the stores' display, prices, and sales staff quality, this specific type of person is hired by a market research firm or a manufacturer to visit retail stores.
In the law of Louisiana, a closed or sealed will, required by statute to be executed in a particular manner and to be signed (on the outside of the paper or of the envelope containing it) by a notary and seven witnesses as well as the testator. See Civ. Code La. art 1584. N. 802 NARRATIVE N