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condition

condition  

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N.1 A major term of a contract. It is frequently described as a term that goes to the root of a contract or is of the essence of a contract (see also time provisions in contracts); it is contrasted ...
express term

express term  

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A provision of a contract, agreed to by the parties, that is either written or spoken. Such a provision may be classified as a condition, a warranty, or an innominate term. Compare implied term.
term

term  

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N.1 Originally, any of four periods of the year during which judicial business had to be transacted. For this purpose terms were abolished by the Judicature Acts 1873–75, and the legal year is now ...
term (clause or condition)

term (clause or condition)  

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One of the provisions of an agreement. By extension, ‘terms’ is a non-legal expression for the basis on which a party will agree or has agreed (e.g. ‘I am willing ...
warranty

warranty  

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A guarantee by the provider of goods or services as to their quality. A manufacturer's warranty is only of value to customers if it goes beyond the minimum properties of the good or service required ...

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