Executory

Ex*ec"u*to*ry

(?), a. [LL. executorius, L. exsecutorius: cf.F. excutoire.] 1. Pertaining to administration, or putting the laws in force; executive.
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The official and executory duties of government.
Burke.
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2. (Law) Designed to be executed or carried into effect in time to come, or to take effect on a future contingency; as, an executory devise, reminder, or estate; an executory contract. Blackstone.
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