REBUS SIC STANTIBUS

REBUS SIC STANTIBUS

rebus sic stantibus (ree-b[schwa]s sik stan-ti-b[schwa]s). [Latin ¡°matters so standing¡±] Int’l law & civil law law. The principle that all agreements are concluded with the implied condition that they are binding only as long as there are no major changes in the circumstances. See CLAUSA REBUS SIC STANTIBUS . [Cases: Treaties

5. C.J.S. Treaties ¡ì 10.]


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