English version

condition precedent

From Longman Business Dictionary
Related topics: Law
condition precedentconˈdition ˌprecedent noun [countable] LAW a condition in a contract that will only come into force once something stated in the contract happens or becomes trueThe continuing existence of the lease was not a condition precedent to the right to review the rent.
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