Examples of contractual in a Sentence
They had to fulfill their contractual obligations before they could get paid.
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Andrey Shtorkh, a spokesman for Vekselberg and the Renova Group, said in a statement that ‘‘neither Victor Vekselberg nor Renova has ever had any contractual relationship’’ with Cohen or Essential Consultants.
None of the players involved in the Rangers' biggest trade of 2017 are doing much in 2018, and keeping Calhoun in the minors makes perfect sense both from a production, and contractual, standpoint.
However, recent events that have occurred (after the preliminary contractual time period for notice of renewal) indicate that our optimistic expectations were ill-advised, and have led to my decision to not offer a contract for next year.
Given these changes, it is recommended that individual partners seek to amend governing documents and strengthen contractual protections addressing issues that may arise in connection with federal income tax audits or judicial procedures.
District leaders have not said who would take control of the campuses, perhaps the biggest missing piece of information, or provided contractual language for any partnerships.
Apart from the heavy stuff in play here—let another character ([slow chant] Sam Wilson / SAM WILSON) take up the mantle for a change, Chris Evans’s contractual obligations are nearing their end.
Spot rates are a leading indicator of the contractual rates that shippers set with large trucking companies.
The former Atletico Madrid defender's problem seems mainly contractual.
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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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