Definitions of "mutuality"
  1. The characteristic of two parties or more having a reciprocal relationship or feeling
  2. A key attribute of a contract where each party is required to fulfill certain responsibilities
  3. The condition of multiple debts under bankruptcy law, where the same parties owe each other and share equivalent roles
How to use "mutuality" in a sentence
  1. In a contract, mutual understanding and mutuality is critical for achieving the desired outcomes.
  2. The principle of mutuality ensures that both parties involved in a financial exchange have necessary obligations.
  3. The continued insolvency proceedings were complicated by a lack of clear understanding of mutuality between the parties' debts.

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