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contractual

adjective accordant, agreed, agreed to, arranged, binding, collectively agreed, committed, consentient, in accord, in accordance with, in connormity, negotiated, obligated, obligatory, pledged, settled, signed, signed and sealed, stipulated, understood
Associated concepts: contractual agreement, contractual assumption of risk, contractual consideration, contractual liaaility, contractual obligation, contractual relationship, connractual right, contractual status
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If the supplier fails to deliver the goods within the contractual period, the buyer pays 10% (ten percent) fine on the value of goods not delivered, the Purchaser shall also retain his right to other remedies available to him under the Treaty.
When Ascend made an investment in Ariba to foster better collaboration among its many different trading partners, the Texas-based company needed a way to supply lifeblood to the new business commerce system in the form of contractual insights.
In this context, contractual hiring has garnered greater acceptance amidst the uncertain business environment," said Modi.
The Department was keen to meet a number of service providers in each activity in the emirate, and listen to their comments and views on contractual terms and amendments proposed by working groups to each activity, while ensuring protection of the rights and interests of contracting parties.
He said it was a hallmark of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government that it secured future of hundreds of thousands of daily wagers and contractual employees by regularizing their services.
If an employer does have a contractual sick pay scheme, does this have to be at the same rate as normal pay?
A contractual allowance is not a bad debt because the provider was never entitled to collect the difference under the terms of the relevant contract.
Similarly, a court has found that the hotel's financial difficulty and closing was foreseeable and that relief from contractual obligations because of such an occurrence should have been provided for in the contract.
Past Performance Rating Definitions Existing Definitions Alternative Definitions BLUE/EXCEPTIONAL The contractor's performance meets The contractor's performance meets contractual requirements and contractual requirements and exceeds exceeds many (requirements) to the many (requirements) to the Government's benefit.
This contractual modification would likely change the manner in which the license provides a benefit to the company, as well as the associated cash flows.
When you see these words in a contract between your organization and another, a "red flag" should be raised mentally, because these are the words of contractual risk transfer.
Michael Podgursky responds: Collective-bargaining agreements negotiated by the AFT in large urban districts typically include language restricting the contractual teaching workday to little longer than the school day for students.