Definition - Noun [French, stipulation for other persons] in the civil law of Louisiana: a contract or provision in a contract that confers a benefit on a third-party beneficiary A stipulation pour autrui gives the third-party beneficiary a cause of action against the promisor for specific performance. In order for a third party to be a third-party beneficiary of a stipulation pour autrui there usu. has to be a legal or factual relationship between the stipulator and the beneficiary. Pronunciation-"pür-O-'trE, -'trwE
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