Definition of obligational in English:



See obligation

  • ‘I shall never marry you, or consort with you beyond obligational social proprieties beyond this so called adventure.’
  • ‘The idea of ‘property’ in land oscillates between the behavioural, the conceptual and the obligational between competing models of property as a fact, property as a right and property as a responsibility.’
  • ‘So by an agreement of the disputing parties, as in obligational disputes, we can impose on it a new signification, and not use it according to its common signification.’
  • ‘The existing law was relational and obligational.’
  • ‘These conditions are adverse financial conditions and occur when financial reports indicate that obligational authority exceeds case or line item level values.’