Condition Precedent

Business / Real Estate / Condition Precedent: A condition that requires a certain action or a specified event to take place before an estate granted can take effect. For example, most installment real estate sales contracts require all payments to be made by the time specified before the buyer can demand transfer of title.

Other Words for Condition

Condition Verb Synonyms: train, educate, teach, brainwash, influence, mould, persuade
Condition Noun Synonyms: stipulation, proviso, demand, requirement, term, qualification, contingency, requisite, prerequisite
Condition Adjective Synonyms: state, circumstance(s), shape
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Other Words for Precedent

Precedent Verb Synonyms: prototype, model, example, exemplar, pattern, paradigm, yardstick, criterion, standard, lead
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Mind-Body Conditioning

Health / Pilates / Mind-Body Conditioning: The Pilates Method stresses the blend of Western and Eastern approaches to well-being. The Western approach is dynamic, with the emphasis on motion, muscle tone, and strength. The Eastern approach is MORE

Operant Conditioning

Science / Psychiatry / Operant Conditioning: A process by which the results of the persons behavior determine whether the behavior is more or less likely to occur in the future. MORE

Overspeed Condition

Technology / Aviation / Overspeed Condition: A condition of the propeller operating system in which the propeller is operating above the RPM for which the governor control is set. This causes the propeller blades to be in a lower angle than that MORE

Pavolovian Conditioning

Science / Psychiatry / Pavolovian Conditioning: Elicitation of a response by a stimulus that normally does not elicit that response. The response is one that is mediated primarily by the autonomic nervous system (such as salivation or a change in h MORE

Medical Condition

Health / First Aid / Medical Condition: A condition may also be a disease or a sign of a disease. MORE

Judicial Precedent

Business / Real Estate / Judicial Precedent: In law, the requirements established by prior court decisions. MORE

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