Proviso

• (n.) An article or clause in any statute, agreement, contract, grant, or other writing, by which a condition is introduced, usually beginning with the word provided; a conditional stipulation that affects an agreement, contract, law, grant, or the like; as, the contract was impaired by its proviso.
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Proviso

Pro·vi'so noun ; plural Provisos . [ Latin , (it) being provided, abl. of provisus , past participle of providere . See Provide , and confer Purview .] An article or clause in any statute, agreement, contract, grant, or other writing, by which a condition is ...
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Proviso

A clause in a contract which makes a condition or stipulation
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Proviso

A stipulated condition or limitation in a contract, deed or title documents which if breached affects the validity of the same.
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proviso

In law, a clause in a statute, deed, or some other legal document introducing a qualification or condition to some other provision, frequently the one immediately preceding the proviso itself. ...
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proviso

In law, a clause in a statute, deed, or some other legal document introducing a qualification or condition to some other provision, frequently the one immediately preceding the proviso itself
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proviso

n. a term or condition in a contract or title document.
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Proviso

The name of a clause inserted in an act of the legislature, a deed, a written agreement, or other instrument, which generally contains a condition that a certain thing shall or shall not be done, in order that an agreement contained in another clause shall take effect. It always implies a condition, unless subsequent words change it to a covenant.....
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