contractual : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kuhn trak chooh uhl

  • a  relating to or part of a binding legal agreement
    contractual obligations

  • Prakash Shimpi, managing principal at Towers Perrin, downplays this risk, noting that contractual law requires both parties to inform and get approval from the other before .
  • When Andersen Consulting broke contractual ties with the accounting group Andersen in 2000, the consulting firm was forced to change its signature name.
  • Among them: Cofer Black, the onetime head of counterterrorism at the cia, and Joseph Schmitz, a former Pentagon inspector general whose duties included investigating contractual .
News & Articles


  • Brian Cashman in BBC Sport
    General manager Brian Cashman said: "We always understood that it was his contractual right (to opt out). But we expressed our interest in keeping him and requested the opportunity to convey those feelings to him directly in an open, face-to-face...
  • John Major in Calgary Herald
    Perhaps the time has arrived to reassess the role of the RCMP in providing contractual policing services in many of the provinces,he writes.

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