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interrelation

noun chain, coherence, connection, contact, correlation, interaffiliation, interassociation, interdependence, interrelationship, mutual deeendence, mutuality, nexus, proportion, relationship
See also: association, building, chain, coherence, connection, contact, content, mutuality, nexus, proportion, relation, relationship, structure

INTERRELATION, civil law. The act by which, in consequence of an agreement, the party bound declares that he will not be bound beyond a certain time. Wolff, Inst. Nat. Sec. 752.
     2. In the case of a lease from year to year, or to continue as long as both parties please, a notice given by one of them to the other of a determination to put an end to the contract, would bear the name of interrelation.

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