Principal contract

PRINCIPAL CONTRACT. One entered into by both parties, on their own accounts, or in the several qualities they assume. It differs from an accessory contract. (q.v.) Vide Contract.

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Board members voted to reinstate Lange's principal contract, even though several district employees said she lacked the skills to be a principal.
Sukumi's principal contract signed with the Lebanese State stipulated lines of waste sorting; however, the Company made a personal initiative and expanded sorting operations at its own expense 4.
0 percent of total income while notional principal contract income ($86.
al-Khoury told The Daily Star at the protest site there were six principal contract demands that bank employees refused to budge on, the most important of which concern post-retirement health care coverage for employees and an increase in school and university tuition benefits, which have been frozen at LL2,750,000 since the old agreement lapsed.
TPE:2317), its principal contract manufacturer, and still have more than half left over.
Although Ascot is affiliated to ATR, the meeting belongs to the British Champions Series Ltd, which awarded the principal contract to the BBC and decided the non-terrestrial rights should be shared with Racing UK.
A taxpayer is generally treated as having made a constructive sale of an appreciated financial position (see Q 1087) if the taxpayer or a related person (1) enters into a short sale (see Q 1021) of the same or substantially identical property, (2) enters into an offsetting notional principal contract (defined below) with respect to the same or substantially identical property, or (3) enters into a futures contract (see Q 1074) or forward contract (defined below) to deliver the same or substantially identical property.
The principal contract engineer said: "It costs pounds 1.
a credit card agreement, a notional principal contract, a futures or forward contract (including a "take or pay" contract), or any derivative); (iv) an endowment contract, annuity contract, or an insurance contract that has cash value; and (v) nonfunctional currency.
The principal contract concerns the design, construction and fitting out of a port complex on the Isle of Grain at the mouth of the Thames.
Of the four European Commission contracts, the principal contract, dubbed GALA, is worth Euro 27 million and covers the definition phase, the aim being to ensure that architectural design is properly coordinated and entirely coherent.

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