contractual

[ kuh n-trak-choo-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF contractual
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You all stand upon the same level, and that relates right back to the contractual rights of the parties.

At present the composer has no contractual right as regards a machine, and Congress can not give it to him.

He used a standard contractual form, and in that contractual form it includes gifts and contributions, and we deleted those.

The relation existing between landlord and tenant is contractual.

It stated in substance that force should never be employed between nations for the collection of contractual debts.

Capacity to refer depends on the general law of contractual capacity.

Likewise the deaf are now generally held capable of entering into all contractual relations.

A similar growth of the law showing the development of contractual rights into rights of property is found in the law of goodwill.

Extracted from the religious context, family life is a strange mixture of biological convenience and contractual obligations.

Generally speaking, agreements made jokingly and social agreements confer no contractual rights.

WORD ORIGIN

1827, from Latin contractus (see contract (n.)) + -al (1).

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