In the civil law. A stipulation to do a thing upon condition, as the happening of any event. As to conditional “Acceptance,” “Appearance,” “Bequest.” “Contract,” “Delivery,” “Devise,” “Fee.” “Guaranty,” “Judgment,” “Legacy,” “Limitation,” “Obligation.” “Pardon,” “Privilege,” and “Sale,” see those titles. Conditiones quselibet odiosse; maxime autem contra matrimonium et commercium. Any conditions are odious, but es- BL.LAW DICT.(2D ED.)

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