mutuality


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Synonyms for mutuality

a reciprocality of sentiments

a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups)

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The tribunal considered that mutuality of obligation was lacking between Franks and either company, so it decided that he was employed by neither.
Such is the myth of mutuality, and long may it reign in the current political climate, but perhaps there is less reason then ever to believe in it.
s view of salvation and redemption is about inclusivity, new life, forgiveness, acceptance, and mutuality.
Even though Rule 201 of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct allows an exception to the prohibition against conflicts of interest when all parties consent, it is not clear, in the preceding scenario that the client agreed to anything other than a mutuality of interests.
Taking the three basic concepts of solidarity, mutuality and liberation, Thangaraj redefines each of them for the Christian community as it goes about its mission.
For married couples, the law presumes mutuality, and you need a pre-nup to get out of it.
The Dunfermline vowed not to become a bank after announcing record results which they claimed backed its commitment to mutuality.
It is mutuality that leads to growth in connection.
Hunt said auditors must avoid all suggestions of mutuality of interest with the management of public companies for which an auditor provides services.
We chose to focus on three such factors: team size, openness, and mutuality.
Rothschild sees a new relationship developing between Christianity and Judaism that he calls mutuality, and he sees the writers of this book as contributors to mutuality.
Thus, various options should be considered to protect a client's interest in the event that there exists a mutuality of indebtedness with the Service.
In the end, there will be a mutuality of interest between home and host country supervisors, which underscores the need for effective communication and increased cooperation.
get together and bind themselves through promises, covenants, and mutual pledges'" and that "'only such power, which rests on reciprocity and mutuality,"' can be "'real power and legitimate.
Everyone has mutuality of interest and lenders have to recognize this.