A(n) demand made by one party - either technological or by person(s) - that requires execution for interest of all parties (Demands made that are mandatory) to fulfill parties mandates.
Demand support to execute a particular task for the expense of both parties.

Tim's requests were demandatory as to getting the work done.

I'm planing on developing demandatory security systems.
by Leo Theo September 20, 2008
Something that is demanded from a person.
\"Adding an example to the definition was demandatory\"
by gaby de wilde April 26, 2005
When someone is being demanding about something that is required or mandatory.
Lexie: "When are you going to have your half of the project done? It's due tomorrow!"
Brooke: "I'll get it done when I can! Stop being so demandatory!"
by goldengirl123 December 18, 2013
A(n) demand made by one party - either technological or by person(s) - that requires execution for interest of all parties (Demands made that are mandatory) to fulfill parties mandates.
Demand support to execute a particular task for the expense of both parties.

Tim's requests were demandatory as to getting the work done.

I'm planing on developing demandatory security systems.
by Leo Theo September 20, 2008
A(n) demand made by one party - either technological or by person(s) - that requires execution for interest of all parties (Demands made that are mandatory) to fulfill parties mandates.
Demand support to execute a particular task for the expense of both parties.

Tim's requests were demandatory as to getting the work done.

I'm planing on developing demandatory security systems.
by Leo Theo September 20, 2008
A(n) demand made by one party - either technological or by person(s) - that requires execution for interest of all parties (Demands made that are mandatory) to fulfill parties mandates.
Demand support to execute a particular task for the expense of both parties.

Tim's requests were demandatory as to getting the work done.

I'm planing on developing demandatory security systems.
by Leo Theo September 20, 2008
A(n) demand made by one party - either technological or by person(s) - that requires execution for interest of all parties (Demands made that are mandatory) to fulfill parties mandates.
Demand support to execute a particular task for the expense of both parties.

Tim's requests were demandatory as to getting the work done.

I'm planing on developing demandatory security systems.
by Leo Theo September 20, 2008

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