contractually

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.
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Adv.1.contractually - by virtue of a contract; "they were contractually responsible"
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Translations

contractually

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

[kənˈtræktʃuəli] advcontractuellementcontract work ntravail m à forfait
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contractually

advvertraglich; contractually bindingvertraglich bindend
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contractually

[kənˈtræktʃʊəlɪ] advcontrattualmente
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References in periodicals archive ?
Although Sala never played for Cardiff before his death, chairman Mehmet Dalman said the Bluebirds will pay up if "contractually obliged".
In July, Volkswagen recruited BMW (BMWYY) engine development and purchasing expert Markus Duesmann, who has been viewed as a possible successor to Stadler, however Duesmann's current BMW term runs until September next year and he is contractually prohibited from working for a competitor for one year thereafter.
After looking at a number of systems, Engel & Voelkers eventually went with Contractually CRM.
Swaraj's remarks would not bring any joy for the Pakistan Cricket Board which, in November, sent a legal notice to its Indian counterpart, the Board of Control for Cricket in India, seeking up to $70 million in damages for failing to play two contractually agreed upon bilateral series.
Mrs May has proposed setting up a new "contractually binding grievance procedure" allowing people to take action if they are treated badly.
But for sure we should not pay them a single brass farthing, and stuff we are contractually obliged towards, we should say "right, take it out of what you owe us".
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.
Sources said that she is contractually obligated to appear on the show and there is a huge time commitment involved and she has had to pass on modeling shoots in the past, as shooting for the television show takes precedence.
Project Bank Accounts are ring-fenced bank accounts whose sole purpose is to act as a channel for payment on construction projects to ensure that contractors, key subcontractors and key members of the supply chain are paid on the contractually agreed dates.
The Engro Fertilizers Limited is contractually obligated to receive uninterrupted gas for 20 years and at concessionary prices for 10 years as per the Gas Sales Agreement (GSA) it signed with the government of Pakistan for setting up the world's largest urea train plant.