reciprocity of obligation

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There are also other relevant cultural--ecological features that define this way of being "captured in community levels of social organization, long-standing patterns of mobility, reciprocity of obligation, duality of spatial organization, pantheism, and weaving as a form of artistic expression" (p.
The reciprocity of obligations in the FIDIC forms is complemented by the UAE Civil Code, which states that if one party to a contract does not do what it is obliged to do under the contract, the other party may, after giving notice, require the contract to be performed (specific performance) or cancelled.
Their research found that mutuality is related to positive employer and employee results and that perceived reciprocity of obligations may be dependent on the type of contract formed.