listen to the pronunciation of privity
Englisch - Türkisch
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{i} kişiye özellik
{i} kişisellik
ortak çıkarlara dayanan ilişki
{i} ortak çıkar ilişkisi
{i} özel olma
Englisch - Englisch
Privacy, secrecy

Him oft and oft I askt in priuitie, / Of what loines and what lignage I did spring .

A relationship between parties seen as being a result of their mutual interest or participation in a given transaction, contract etc
The genitals
A private matter, a secret
A divine mystery; something known only to God, or revealed only in holy scriptures
knowledge shared with another or others regarding a private matter
{n} knowledge, private communication
A connection, or bond of union, between parties, as to some particular transaction; mutual or successive relationship to the same rights of property
The legal status of being a party to a contract or a third party beneficiary of a contract
Mutual or successive relationships to the same right of property, or the same interest of one person with another which represents the same legal right
A private matter or business; a secret
The principle that only the parties to a contract, including its designated arbitrators, need to have knowledge of or control over the contents and performance of that contract Privity as an objective of smart contract is a generalization of the legal principle of privity It formalizes the tradition of "it's none of your business" Attacks against privity are epitomized by Eve the eavesdropper, a passive observer of contents or performance, and malicious vandal Mallet, who actively interferes with performance or steals value Privacy and confidentiality, or protecting the value of information about a contract, its parties, and its performance from Eve, is thus subsumed under privity Privity often comes into conflict with observability and verifiability
A mutual relationship to the same rights of property; a contractual relationship
{i} secret, confidential information; knowledge of confidential information; complex relations between individuals involved in a legal transaction (Law); privacy
The genitals; the privates
Privacy; secrecy; confidence
only people who are parties to a contract -- in privity -- can enforce the contract or have it enforced against them
Private knowledge; joint knowledge with another of a private concern; cognizance implying consent or concurrence
A legal relationship sufficiently close and direct to support a legal claim on behalf of or against another with whom the relationship exists
a sufficient relationship between parties to the same rights or property
Mutual relationship to the same rights of property, contractual relationship
Knowledge actual or constructive





    () From Anglo-Norman priveté, privitee et al., Old French priveté, from privé + -té.

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