Examples of contractual in a Sentence
They had to fulfill their contractual obligations before they could get paid.
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The Yardbirds played their final show in 1968, although Page did fulfill contractual obligation as the Yardbirds and New Yardbirds on a string of dates that year with new bandmates Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham.
Negotiations were also held with the Florida Municipal Power Agency and the Orlando Utilities Commission to resolve contractual obligations.
Their relationship soured during a bitter contractual dispute.
The depth keeps it in the interest of the franchise to keep Tucker under contractual control for as long as possible, which would be jeopardized if he were called up before June.
Alabama's contractual payout was $4.5 million, while Louisville's was $2.75 million.
The Breitmans, as inventors of the technology, would play a crucial role in getting the platform off the ground, but their relationship to the foundation was drawn up as an arm’s-length contractual arrangement.
And yet: Between the personal and legal troubles that trailed his arrival, the conditions imposed upon his two-year contractual stay, and the millions eyeballing his future, Manziel represents an entirely unprecedented case.
Hammer said in a statement Friday that any money recovered in the Land of Lincoln case could be used to pay remaining debts of the defunct insurer’s estate in accordance with legal and contractual obligations.
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CONTRACTUAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of contractual for English Language Learners
: of or relating to the things that are required by a contract
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