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Deposits and Guarantees required: The documents forming part of the framework agreement, individual contract detailed in the Tender individual contracts to be concluded with the winning bidders provide the following additional obligations bound by contract
This section is a description of the specific services that your broadband provider is bound by contract law to fulfil.
Private employers, however, say they cannot depend on young Saudi workers because they are not reliable and not bound by contract, so they can leave the job without prior notice, at any time.
Instead he said that the men and women who will stand for election in May's contest will be bound by contract to reach out beyond "tribal Labour voters" and engage in community campaigns.
The company, however, isn't bound by contract to accept the so-called "alternative volumes.
Justice Oland was whether Ms Ostram was bound by contract law to renounce a gift under her former husband's will.
Siers, who has been bound by contract not to discuss the details of his departure from TurfTV, said last week: "I've been in the industry since 1971 and want to continue in it.
The firm claim customers are bound by contract as they did not cancel and return the goods within 14 days.
The reason is large imports of fiber optic cables as a consequence of the use of foreign network vendors, which often bound by contract with foreign producers of fiber optic cable as the suppliers.
Tapping-up, "the illicit practice of attempting to recruit a player while he is still bound by contract to another team", could hardly be more up-to-the-minute in the light of last week's findings in the Ashley Cole affair.
Tapping-up', 'the illicit practice of attempting to recruit a player while he is still bound by contract to another team'.
Sony Music is claiming the group is bound by contract to issue five more albums under its recording label.