Other Words for Obligate

Obligate Noun Synonyms
oblige, pledge, commit, bind, require, compel, constrain, force
I feel deeply obligated to her for her kindness to our children. We are obligated to do what we are told.

More Words for Obligate

Force

Obligatory Advance

Business / Real Estate / Obligatory Advance: Any advance which, under the terms of the credit line deed of trust or other agreement, the secured party has legally obligated itself to make in the absence of a default, breach, or other such event. MORE

Public Report

Business / Real Estate / Public Report: A disclosure statement required by the Subdivided Land Law stating that a buyer is not obligated until he or she has read the report and signed a receipt. MORE

Unilateral Contract

Business / Real Estate / Unilateral Contract: A one-sided contract wherein one party makes a promise so as to induce a second party to do something. The second party is not legally bound to perform, however, if the second party does comply, the f MORE

Open-Buyer-Agency-Agreement

Business / Real Estate / Open-Buyer-Agency-Agreement: This agreement is a nonexclusive agency contract between a broker and a buyer. It permits the buyer to enter into similar agreements with an unlimited number of brokers. The buyer is obligated to comp MORE

Promise Keeping-Truthtelling

Health / Health Insurance / Promise Keeping-Truthtelling: An ethical principle which, when applied to managed care, states that managed care organizations and their providers have a duty to present information honestly and are obligated to honor commitments. MORE

Non-Maleficence

Health / Health Insurance / Non-Maleficence: An ethical principle which, when applied to managed care, states that managed care organizations and their providers are obligated not to harm their members. MORE

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