obligational

[ob-li-gey-shuh-nl]
adjective

Origin:
obligation + -al1

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obligation (ˌɒblɪˈɡeɪʃən)
 
n
1.  a moral or legal requirement; duty
2.  the act of obligating or the state of being obligated
3.  law a legally enforceable agreement to perform some act, esp to pay money, for the benefit of another party
4.  law
 a.  a written contract containing a penalty
 b.  an instrument acknowledging indebtedness to secure the repayment of money borrowed
5.  a person or thing to which one is bound morally or legally
6.  something owed in return for a service or favour
7.  a service or favour for which one is indebted
 
obli'gational
 
adj

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Nature of the work determines whether a service is severable or nonseverable for obligational purposes.
Obligational authority is also determined in the legislation governing the trust fund.
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