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contractual

adjective
 
 
/kənˈtræktʃuəl/ LAW
relating to a contract or included in a written contract: contractual disputes/problems Contractual disputes can take many years to settle.contractual obligations/commitments/duties The company failed to meet its contractual obligations.contractual entitlement/right An employee has a contractual right to be paid. A new chief executive has been appointed but his name was not given yesterday for contractual reasons. a contractual agreement contractual arrangements
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