mutatis mutandis

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Due alteration, or changing whatever is required to be changed. As in, "The changes proposed for the first contract apply mutatis mutandis to all other contracts." Latin for, things being changed that ought to be changed.

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You need to be able to adapt quickly when you are dealing with a mutatis mutandis and come up with a solution.
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We needed some mutatis mutandis because there were some areas that were lacking and needed to be evolved and pushed forward.
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Some aspects of the business deal need to be changed so we agreed to a mutatis mutandis operating procedure going forward.
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