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Synonyms for stipulate

Synonyms for stipulate

to make specific

Synonyms for stipulate

specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement

give a guarantee or promise of

make an oral contract or agreement in the verbal form of question and answer that is necessary to give it legal force

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As for the election of the provincial council's president and his/her deputy and assistant, the law stipulates that the president and his/her deputy and assistant must win the votes of the majority of the council's members.
The amendment also stipulates for shutting down establishments involved in such work and confiscating any equipment related to lab work in it, with this being carried out after a decision is issued by the Health Minister.
The Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union stipulates customs and technical regulation, foreign trade policies and measures to protect the internal market.
The same article stipulates the establishment of 12 general polling committees for registered voters to cast their ballots and elect any candidates running in their respective constituency.
The new law also stipulates that a municipality should set up a committee to investigate in the event of an application be rejected or fines are imposed on the applicant.
Article number 11 of the new law stipulates that the validity of registration for an engineer shall be three years and two years for engineering consultancy offices.
Furthermore, the new Collective Agreement stipulates a bigger benefits package aimed at improving the quality of life of the employees and their families.
The first article of the decision stipulates the monthly granting of (RO 90) for students residing in areas that are more 50 Kms from the colleges where they study and (RO 45) for students residing less than (50) Kms from their colleges.
The first article of the resolution stipulates cancelling two clauses.
The Economic Chamber will also demand that the law stipulates a settlement period of not more than two months.
Whenever a vacancy is advertised by Gwynedd Council in the Post, it always stipulates that fluency in our language is essential.
This year, the first ten days of Ramadan coincides with the Midday break rule which stipulates a halt of all outdoor work between 12.
Even if the taxi company stipulates X dollars for R's failure to wait, R may breach either because the alternative ride is free or because R fears missing a flight.
There may be significant cost savings when the defendant stipulates to simple facts that would otherwise be expensive to prove, such as establishing that delivery was made in several states.
But the charter's Article 25 later stipulates that member nations "agree to accept and carry out the decisions of the Security Council.