Mutatis mutandis

Mutatis mutandis definition

/m(j)uːˌtɑːtɪs muːˈtandɪs/

What does Mutatis mutandis mean?

‘Mutatis mutandis’ translates to 'all necessary changes having been made’ or ‘with the necessary changes'. The phrase mutatis mutandis indicates that whilst it may be necessary to make some changes to take account of different situations, the main point remains the same.

Mutatis mutandis explained

The phrase mutatis mutandis is used within contracts to incorporate terms from one agreement into a different and separate agreement. For example, a lease renewal with similar terms to a previous agreement, save for changes to the tenants, may incorporate terms ‘mutatis mutandis’.

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All necessary changes having been made
With the necessary changes

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