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contractual

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcontractualcon‧trac‧tu‧al /kənˈtræktʃuəl/ adjective [only before noun]  BECBBBagreed in a contract Tutors have a contractual obligation to research and publish.contractually adverb
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contractualThe natural-entity theory had several advantages compared with the contractual and the fiction/concession models of the company.The nature of the contract, contractual and tortious liabilities and the use of exclusion clauses will be considered.Carney has a contractual commitment to write two new books in the next four years.Whether the transaction is to be categorised as a sale or exchange is a question of contractual intention.At that point, stars and studios fulfill their initial contractual obligation and are free to negotiate with other parties.Similarly, a requirement that the expert observe the rules of natural justice could be made a contractual obligation.The second theory of the nature of the company is the contractual one.As it is, the company can not in any case be accounted for as a wholly contractual phenomenon.Most people's savings are contractual, through pension funds and life assurers.contractual obligationAll across the country I found promoters who were not willing to meet their contractual obligations.Can an employee handbook serve as a basis for contractual obligation?Similarly, a requirement that the expert observe the rules of natural justice could be made a contractual obligation.At that point, stars and studios fulfill their initial contractual obligation and are free to negotiate with other parties.In Washington, for example, a teacher was discharged from his contractual obligation because of his deteriorating eyesight.Liability for contractual obligations is joint.A contractual obligation, such as an exchange rule gives rise on the face of it to strict liability.But Virgin executives are privately convinced that meeting this contractual obligation will be impossible because so many major issues remain unresolved.
From Longman Business Dictionarycontractualcon‧trac‧tu‧al /kənˈtræktʃuəl/ adjectiveLAW relating to a contract or agreed in a contractUncertainty can be reduced by strict contractual agreements.a contractual disputecontractual obligations (=things a contract says you must do)
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