Unilateral Act Law and Legal Definition
Unilateral act refers to an act in which only one party’s will operate. Testamentary disposition or exercise of a power of appointment are unilateral acts as both involve the will of one party alone. In case of testamentary disposition the person who makes the will decides to whom the property should be given.
Like wise a unilateral contract is one in which only one party makes an express promise, or undertakes a performance without securing a reciprocal agreement from the other party.
Legal Definition list
- Uniforms of the United States Marine Corps [Military Law]
- Uniformity Clause
- Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
- Uniformed Services
- Uniform Wage Withholding and Unemployment Procedure Act
- Unilateral Act
- Unilateral Advance Pricing Agreement
- Unilateral Agricultural Sanction
- Unilateral Contract
- Unilateral Medical Sanction
- Unilateral Relief (Tax)