Meaning of correlativity in English:


Pronunciation /kərɛləˈtɪvɪti/


See correlative

‘This is called the correlativity of rights and duties.’
  • ‘A second and more important counter example to the correlativity of duties and rights involves charity.’
  • ‘In this paper, we experiment with three heuristics based on correlativity and efficiency.’
  • ‘Corrective justice links two parties and no more because a relationship of correlativity is necessarily bipolar.’
  • ‘The correlativity of this jural relationship shows that the person against whom the liberty is held has a no-right concerning the activity to which the liberty relates.’