accidentalia (ak-si-den-tay-lee-<<schwa>>). [Law Latin “accidental things”] Hist. Incidents
of a contract; non-essential contractual terms to which the parties expressly stipulate. Cf. AESSENTALIA.
“Accidentalia have their existence entirely by express stipulation, and are never presumed
without it.” William Bell, Bell’s Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland 406 (George
Watson ed., 7th ed. 1890). [Blacks Law 8th]