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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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As part of the acquisition, the Contractually team will join Coupa to continue developing forward-thinking approaches for contract collaboration.
Consequently, it is essential that you be prepared to show that you have objective, substantiated and contractually valid grounds to terminate.
Through its subsidiary, CCE Holdings, LLC, Southern Union is contractually obligated to share a portion of its proceeds with the Enron bankruptcy estate.
For schools connected to the heat network Hauts de Garonne and Bordeaux schools heated by individual generator: the conduct of facilities and small maintenance work (P2), repairs and replacement, identical or same function, all deficient material contractually defined (P3).
9 million square feet, approximately three times the amount contractually expiring.
They must be advised that to classify service providers as independent contractors they must contractually and practically act as if there's an independent contractor relationship.
The supermarkets are contractually bound by their expired contract to continue paying the benefits, Four said.
LSNs contractually combine the buying power of multi-industry, participating companies with similar purchasing requirements.
Specifically, the IRS National Office has been taking the position that renewable contracts do not meet the requirement that the services must be contractually required to be provided by the closc of the next tax year.
The company, along with other preferred provider organizations (PPOs), insurance companies and third-party administrators, had been sued by four Louisiana health care providers alleging that the defendants provided legally insufficient notice under Louisiana law of PPO discounts to which the health care providers had contractually agreed.
April 17, 1961: Elizabeth Taylor won the best-actress award for ``Butterfield 8,'' a role and a film she despised but was contractually obligated to MGM to make.
75-25 developers were required to be contractually obligated to make the improvements; the Service also required that the developer agree to an extension of the statute of limitations (SOL) for assessing tax liability on any issue, not just the estimated costs issue.