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Kin; relative. The connection of two individuals, or their situation with respect to each other, who are associated, either by law, agreement, or kinship in a social status or union for purposes of domestic life, such as Parent and Child or Husband and Wife.

The doctrine of relation is the principle by which an act performed at one time is deemed, through a legal fiction, to have been performed at a prior time. For example, in the conveyance of real property, the final proceeding that completes the transfer of property is considered, for certain purposes, to have become effective by relation as of the day when the first proceeding took place. Relation, in essence, is the legal term for retroactive effect.


(Connection), noun affiliation, affinity, alliance, analogy, applicability, appositeness, apposition, association, bearing, bond, closeness, cognation, connation, connaturalness, connexion, correlation, correspondence, homology, indentification, interrelationship, liaison, likeness, link, mutuality, nearness, nexus, pertinence, propinquity, reference, relative position, relevance, resemblance, similitude, tie, tie-in


(Kinship), noun blood relative, blood tie, common ancestry, common descent, common lineage, common stock, consanguinity, family connection, family tie, kin, kindred, kinsman, propinquus, relationship, coniunctio, connecting link, consociation, correlation, interconnection, interdependence, interrelation, interrelationship, involvement, likeness, link, linkage, nearness, pertinence, rapport, reciprocity, relation, relevance, relevancy, tie, unification, union, unity
Associated concepts: privity
See also: affiliation, affinity, analogy, association, attribution, bloodline, chain, collation, connection, contact, correlate, delineation, disclosure, kinship, mention, narration, narrative, nexus, privity, proportion, recital, reference, relationship, relative, relevance, report, representation, statement, story

RELATION, civil law. The report which the judges made of the proceedings in certain suits to the prince were so called.
     2. These relations took place when the judge had no law to direct him, or when the laws were susceptible of difficulties; it was then referred to the prince, who was the author of the law, to give the interpretation. Those reports were made in writing and contained the pleadings of the parties, and all the proceedings, together with the judge's opinion, and prayed the emperor to order what should be done. The ordinance of the prince thus required was called a rescript. (q.v.) the use of these relations was abolished by Justinian, Nov. 125.

RELATION, contracts, construction. When an act is done at one time, and it operates upon the thing as if done at another time, it is said to do so by relation; as, if a man deliver a deed as an escrow, to be delivered by the party holding it, to the grantor, on the performance of some act, the delivery to the latter will have relation back to the first delivery. Termes de la Ley. Again, if a partner be adjudged a bankrupt, the partnership is dissolved, and such dissolution relates back to the time when the commission issued. 3 Kent, Com. 33. Vide 18 Vin. Ab. 285; 4 Com. Dig. 245; 5 Id. 339; Litt. S. C. 462-466; 2 John. 510; 4 John. 230; 15 John. 809; 2 Har. & John. 151, and the article Fiction.

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Rui, 'The dynamic relation between stock returns, trading volume and volatility', The Financial Review, 36, 2001, pp.
When we add a set of control variables to capture the state variables that determine changes in the investment opportunity set, we find that our results, which indicate a significant dynamic relation between returns and idiosyncratic risk, remain virtually unchanged.
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The result of these dynamic relations is the abundant legal framework with mutually ratified agreements in various areas of shared interest.
While addressing the forum, Former Secretary General Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Akram Zaki, highlighted the different dynamic relations between both countries and said "We have ancient history of trade relations and after independence China and Pakistan came more closer.
Therefore, in the framework of the visit, more dynamic relations will be discussed," he said.
Larijani, meantime, described the level of Iran-Malaysia relations as satisfactory, and said, "The two big Muslim countries (Iran and Malaysia) with their good record of dynamic relations have always taken positive steps for strengthening mutual cooperation and positive interactions.
Addressing our business partners in Tashkent and providing the US companies' assessment and perspective of their ongoing and future scale of business plans is crucial to fostering constructive and dynamic relations.
The First Deputy Prime Minister noted that Serbia wants progress of dynamic relations with Germany and its people and that it wants Serbian citizens to have everything that citizens of other states have.
El Otmani highlighted the Kingdom's interest in Chile as a partner in a region with which Morocco has dynamic relations.
He said that dynamic relations binding the two countries, reflected in particular through the increase in the exchange of visits, can help boost bilateral relations in the interest of the two friendly peoples and countries.
Pooling the strengths of three cantons and closely integrated into the region, Haute Ecole Arc school has established a solid basis for fostering dynamic relations built on trust and dialogue across its economic and social catchment area.

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