Definition of "privy"
  1. A person or entity that is directly involved or shares a connected interest in a legal matter, often involving a contract or property
How to use "privy" in a sentence
  1. The seller and the buyer, as the parties directly involved in the property transaction, are both privy to the agreement.
  2. The tenant is privy to the rental contract since it directly outlines their rights and responsibilities.
  3. Only the signatories of the agreement, the ones who are privy to it, can enforce the legal obligations it outlines.

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