terms

Conditions, obligations, rights, price, etc., as specified in contract or instrument.
See also term
@ terms of trust
The phrase "terms of the trust" means the manifestation of intention of the settlor with respect to the trust expressed in a manner which admits of its proof in judicial proceedings. Restatement, Second, Trusts No. 4
@ terms to be under
A party is said to be under terms, when an indulgence is granted to him by the court in its discretion, on certain conditions. Thus, when an injunction is granted ex parte, the party obtaining it is put under terms to abide by such order as to damages as the court may make at the hearing
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