consensual

[ kuh n-sen-shoo-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF consensual
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The Consensual Contracts, it will be observed, were extremely limited in number.

Doubtless we may pass gradually from the purely reflex, through the consensual, to the voluntary.

We now reach the fourth class, or Consensual Contracts, the most interesting and important of all.

For, in truth, the peculiarity of these Consensual Contracts is that no formalities, are required to create them out of the Pact.

A consensual ecclesiastical jurisdiction is thus created, which has to this extent temporal sanction.

Thus real contracts, consensual contracts and innominate contracts were added.

WORD ORIGIN

1754, "having to do with consent," from stem of Latin consensus (see consensus) + -al (1). Meaning "by consent" is attested from 1800.

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