Resolutory condition

RESOLUTORY CONDITION. On which has for its object, when accomplished, the revocation of the principal obligation; for example, I will sell you my crop of cotton, if my ship America does not arrive in the United States, within six months. My ship arrives in one month, my contract with you is revoked. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 764.

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To argue that there was only a casual breach is to proceed from the assumption that the contract is one of absolute sale, where non-payment is a resolutory condition, which is not the case.
Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, a framework agreement for a decision under the resolutory condition and will expire on the date of conclusion of the contract on the basis of the procedure followed for the award joint public contract for the purchase of medicines, according to a government decision, No .
A sale upon trial is deemed to have been made subject to a suspensive condition of acceptance of the thing sold unless it appears from the agreement or from the circumstances that the sale was made subject to a resolutory condition.
Therefore, we make the distinction between a suspensive condition and a resolutory condition.
If the sale is made under the resolutory condition, the buyer of an individually determined asset becomes owner immediately after the conclusion of the contract and finds himself in the same situation where the seller of the contract concluded under the suspensive condition is.
The merger was cleared in late 2007 by the BKartA with a conditional clearance, the clearance being subject to the resolutory condition that four DIY retail stores were sold within a period of ten months of the BKartA decision.
a resolutory condition (aufl|sende Bedingung) = here, the clearance decision is immediately effective.
But this way of paying incorporates a resolutory condition in the payment.
Yet other, equally problematic, manifestations of title security are either not examined in detail (most notably, the seller's legal right of resolution), or not directly discussed at all (sales under resolutory condition, sales under suspensive condition, ordinary leases, leases with option to purchase, and promises of sale, as well as various two-step transactions like double sales and sale-leaseback arrangements, and the deployment of rights of superficies or emphyteusis as security).
Since no resolutory condition to which the effectiveness of the Offering was subject has occurred as of today, the Offering was declared to be effective and ArcelorMittal will proceed to acquire all the shares tendered by the shareholders accepting the Offering and pay the offered price in the manner and conditions provided for in the Prospectus.
A: Yes, the continuing animosity between Rosario and Arlene or the cessation of harmonious relationship between them constitutes a resolutory condition which, by express wish of the Rosario, extinguishes the usufruct.
purchase agreement under resolutory condition, for the period until the conclusion of the contract concluded pursuant to the procedure followed for the award of contract common.