What is another word for stipulations?

Pronunciation: [stˌɪpjʊlˈe͡ɪʃənz] (IPA)

Stipulations are conditions or terms that are agreed upon in a contract or agreement. Synonyms for stipulations include terms, conditions, requirements, provisions, clauses, covenants, riders, and specifications. These words refer to different aspects of a contract or agreement, but they all describe the detailed provisions that establish the terms of the agreement. Terms and conditions are the most general synonyms, while requirements and provisions specify particular stipulations. Clauses, covenants, riders, and specifications are more technical terms that refer to specific types of stipulations. Regardless of the synonym used, all stipulations are important in ensuring that the parties involved agree to the terms of an agreement before entering into it.

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Usage examples for Stipulations

Aura May is exceptionally practical, and with no heavier expense for rent than my plan contemplates I think if Andrew has the prospects of moderate living expenses, it is putting them to rather hard lines if they are waiting to meet my early stipulations.
Durham, Andrew Everett
From that day to this, in fulfilling these extraordinary stipulations, not a solitary omission has been made.
"Eight days in New Orleans in February, 1847"
Albert James Pickett
So, the power to make treaties being confided to the President and Senate, when a treaty is properly ratified, it becomes the law of the land, and no other tribunal can gainsay its stipulations.
"Slavery and the Constitution"
William Ingersoll Bowditch

Famous quotes with Stipulations

  • The United States have fulfilled in good faith all their treaty stipulations with the Indian tribes, and have in every other instance insisted upon a like performance of their obligations.
    Martin Van Buren
  • Claims of right and insistence upon obligations may depend upon treaty stipulations, or upon the rules of international law, or upon the sense of natural justice applied to the circumstances of a particular case, or upon disputed facts.
    Elihu Root
  • The movement of the middle classes for the abolition of slavery was virtuous, but it was not wise. It was an ignorant movement. It showed a want of knowledge both of the laws of commerce and the stipulations of treaties; and it has alike ruined the colonies and aggravated the slave trade...The history of the abolition of slavery by the English and its consequences, would be a narrative of ignorance, injustice, blundering, waste, and havoc, not easily paralleled in the history of mankind.
    Benjamin Disraeli
  • When semiotics posits such concepts as 'sign', it does not act like a science; it acts like philosophy when it posits such abstractions as subject, good and evil, truth or revolution.Philosophical entities exist only insofar as they have been philosophically posited. Outside their philosophical framework, the empirical data that a philosophy organizes lose every possible unity and cohesion.Good or bad are theoretical stipulations according to which, by a philosophical decision, many scattered instances of the most different facts or acts become the same thing.
    Umberto Eco

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