Definition of contractual
: of, relating to, or constituting a contract
Examples of contractual in a Sentence
They had to fulfill their contractual obligations before they could get paid.
Recent Examples of contractual from the Web
In addition to potential contractual claims, Glaser might consider the possibility of suing Fox for defamation.
To make sure the district can still make payroll and pay its contractual obligations, the school board gave the administration permission to transfer money between funds, something that is not typically done for routine payments.
The California law exempts contractual obligations entered into before 2017, and the contract for the game was signed in 2015, Reinhart said.
DNV GL, following its contractual obligations, informed the state that one of its employees who worked on the risk analysis was potentially in conflict because of the employee's subsequent work for Enbridge.
And what about his contractual agreement with Simpson?
IFA spokeswoman Stephanie McFarland has repeatedly emphasized that the state has no contractual relationship with Isolux, which is true.
From 2005 to 2015, 94% of the jobs created in the USA were on-call, freelance or contractual, according to a Princeton study.
Moran said Dakota Creek does have a contractual obligation to give Fishermen’s Finest a Jones Act-compliant ship.
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First Known Use of contractual
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
Legal Definition of contractual
: of, relating to, or constituting a contract a contractual agreement
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