Question: Is Mandatory A Law?

What is the definition of mandatory?

authoritatively ordered; obligatory; compulsory: It is mandatory that all students take two years of math.

pertaining to, of the nature of, or containing a command.


permitting no option; not to be disregarded or modified: a mandatory clause.

having received a mandate, as a nation..

Does mandatory mean compulsory?

When used as nouns, compulsory means something that is compulsory or required, whereas mandatory means a sign or line that require the path of the disc to be above, below or to one side of it. When used as adjectives, compulsory means required, whereas mandatory means obligatory.

What is not mandatory?

adjective. Not required by law or mandate; voluntary. ‘the company has a non-mandatory pension scheme’

What are mandatory rules?

Mandatory rule is a legal rule that is not subject to contrary agreement. It is a legal rule which is in all cases binding and cannot be departed from by agreement between the parties concerned. For example, the Uniform Commercial Code’s obligation of good faith and fair dealing is a rule that cannot be disclaimed.

Does mandatory mean its law?

adjective. If an action or procedure is mandatory, people have to do it, because it is a rule or a law.