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provision(Act of supplying), noun accommodation, arrangement, catering, donation, endowment, furnishing, preparation, procurement, providence, purveyance, serving
provision(Clause), noun article of agreement, condition, limitation, obligation, proviso, qualification, requirement, reservation, restriction, specification, term
Associated concepts: damages provision, express provision, forfeiture provision, mandatory provision, penal provision, procedural provision, restrictive provision, self-executing provision, statutory provision, substantive provision, techhical provision
Foreign phrases: Quando abest provisio partis, adest prooisio legis.When a provision of the party is lacking, the provision of the law supplies it.
provision(Something provided), noun cache, fund, hoard, maintenance, ration, reserve, resources, staples, stock, stockpile, store, supply
See also: accommodation, adjustment, aid, alimony, article, attornment, bear, bestow, budget, clause, condition, contribution, dispensation, division, donation, endowment, forethought, fund, furnish, inheritance, limitation, precaution, preparation, principle, qualification, ration, replenish, reservation, reserve, resource, safeguard, stock, store, supply, title, ultimatum, yield
PROVISION, com. law. The property which a drawer of a bill of exchange places in the hands of a drawee; as, for example, by remittances, or when the drawee is indebted to the drawer when the bill becomes due, provision is said to have been made. Acceptance always presumes a provision. See Code de Comm. art. 115, 116, 117.
PROVISION, French law. An allowance granted by a judge to a party for his support; which is to be paid before there is a definitive judgment. In a civil case, for example, it is an allowance made to a wife who is separated from her husband. Dict. de Jurisp. h.t.