Contract

This legally binding document is an agreement between both parties, it is usually approved by the solicitors on both sides and sets out the agreed terms by which both sides are committed to proceed to completion.

Contract

The agreement to buy/sell the property. This is not binding until contracts are exchanged between vendor and buyer

contract

An agreement incorporating conditions between you and the service provider.

Contract

Contract is slang for a criminal agreement to kill a particular person in return for an agreed sum of money.
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Contract

Contract is slang for a criminal agreement to kill a particular person in return for an agreed sum of money.
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Contract

In common law legal systems, a contract (or informally known as an agreement in some jurisdictions) is an agreement having a lawful object entered into voluntarily by two or more parties, each of whom intends to create one or more legal obligations between them. The elements of a contract are `offer` and `acceptance` by `competent persons` h...
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Contract

A term of reference describing a unit of trading for a financial or commodity future. Also, the actual bilateral agreement between the buyer and seller of a transaction as defined by an exchange.
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contract

a murder assignment.
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Contract

A legal agreement between a payer and a subscribing group or individual which specifies rates, performance covenants, the relationship among the parties, schedule of benefits and other pertinent conditions. The contract usually is limited to a 12-month period and is subject to renewal thereafter. Contracts are not required by statute or regulation,...
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Contract

A written agreement between a service user and the provider setting out the terms, conditions and rights and responsibilities of both parties.
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contract

[Noun] A written legal agreement.
Example: John signed a contract to rent his house.
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Contract

An agreement between individuals, companies or other entities, which binds each party and is legally enforceable.
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Contract

See Futures contract
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contract

[n] - (contract bridge) the highest bid becomes the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make 2. [n] - a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law 3. [n] - a variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid 4. [v] - make sma...
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Contract

A legal document between two parties confirming any sort of agreement such as terms of sale, employment or service.
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Contract

A legally binding agreement between two or more people or parties.
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Contract

An agreement made between two parties which is intended to be legally binding.
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Contract

An active process in which a muscle becomes shorter. This can bring about movement by creating a pulling force on the parts of the body that the muscles are attached to. Contractions may also simply change the shape of part of the body, for example, the muscles found in the walls of tubes (like blood vessels).
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Contract

A legal agreement between to parties.
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contract

Legal agreement between two or more parties, where each party agrees to do something. For example, a contract of employment is a legal agreement between an employer and an employee and lays out the...
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contract

The common name for a scheme or policy
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Contract

In the case of a muscle, to become shorter and fatter
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Contract

An agreement between two or more parties. It does not have to be in writing to be enforceable and can be oral or even implied from the parties' conduct. However, to be enforceable the parties must intend that their arrangements shall give rise to a legal relationship (unlike, say, accepting a social invitation) and must give some value, not necessa...
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Contract

A legally binding agreement. There must be certainty, consideration (see ‘consideration) and a mutual intention that the agreement should have legal effect. Generally a contract does not have to be in any particular form, an oral agreement may be binding
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Contract

An agreement that is enforceable in law. This legally binding agreement arises as a result of an offer and an acceptance of that offer. There are other requirements for a legal contract, including consideration. In the event that one party does not comply with their obligations, then the innocent party may have a claim against them for damages.
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