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con·trac·tu·al

 (kən-trăk′cho͞o-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or having the nature of a contract.

con·trac′tu·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.contractually - by virtue of a contract; "they were contractually responsible"
Translations

contractually

[kənˈtræktʃʊəlɪ] ADVcontractualmente
a contractually binding agreementun acuerdo vinculante por contrato
we are contractually bound to finish itestamos obligados a terminarlo por contrato

contractually

[kənˈtræktʃuəli] advcontractuellementcontract work ntravail m à forfait

contractually

advvertraglich; contractually bindingvertraglich bindend

contractually

[kənˈtræktʃʊəlɪ] advcontrattualmente
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If the reference test establishes that the company has failed to fulfill a material requirement for the performance of a previous contract, As that - there were several occasions displayed written complaints due to poor performance - the performance was not provided the contractually agreed time - was not properly accounted for - there was a premature termination of the contract or compensation or a comparable legal consequence is the company%s offer Excluded from the further award procedure.
15 January 2016 - US-based spend management company Coupa Software has acquired Vancouver, Canada-based cloud company Contractually, the company said.
ISLAMABAD -- Five Member National Assembly (MNA) of PPP on Thursday filed an adjournment motion in the lower house of Parliament to discuss the urgent issue of the recent statement by Iranian minister that Pakistan is contractually obliged to fulfil the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline agreement.
Flughafen Wien is also reviewing all options for Malta and Kosice, Slovakia but is currently contractually tied to those investments.
He told the Commons Public Accounts Committee it was "a question of shock and dismay for us" when it emerged that staff had been paid more than they were contractually owed in some cases.
8 million square feet during 2005, approximately three times the amount contractually expiring, Brookfield Properties' portfolio-wide occupancy rate finished the year at 94.
The Kings contractually have the right to assign Kopitar to the AHL, where they could keep better track of his progress, but Taylor said he would honor Kopitar's wish to play overseas.
html), that clarifies the application of requirements regarding accounting for employers' contractually required contributions to cost-sharing pension and OPEB plans issued in Statement no.
Despite reassurances by the minister, employers are encouraged to review their collective agreements to determine whether there exists any language that the union could use to advance the argument that the employer is contractually bound to cover the costs of the OHP.
As a general rule, the more investment that a distributor is contractually or practically required to make in order to develop a market for the supplier's products in Japan, the more difficult or expensive it will be to terminate the distribution agreement.
Whereas, Hold Harmless Agreements involve contractually assuming another organization's tort liability, Indemnity Agreements or Indemnification Clauses define a contractual relationship where the second party agrees to reimburse the first party for damages (including settlements) and/or expenses (including attorney fees, court, and expert witness fees, etc.
The goal of the Request for Proposal (RFP) is to provide the private sector with a contractually secure supply arrangement to guarantee that the necessary capital investments on its part will be warranted.