special contract


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Noun1.special contract - a contract that is signed and has the (wax) seal of the signer attached
contract - a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law
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These tenders include that for a road project linking the port with the main road, yard for containers, administrative buildings for employees running the port, customs area, equipment handling zone and a special contract for marine dredging, reported Arab Times, citing a source close to the Ministry of Public Works.
Article 1 provides: "Marriage is a special contract of permanent union between a man and a woman entered into in accordance with law for the establishment of conjugal and family life."
He said: "It's a special contract because I'm used to signing new contracts after big achievements.
The firm said that it would mainly develop whole life insurance, fixed term annuity insurance and disaster special contract related new business.
Accordingly, a customer that is actively looking at relocating some or all of its operations to another state should put the possibility of negotiating a special contract at the top of its list.
He noted that the testing of the gas unit will be completed soon and incorporated into commercial operations in early July, which is the date required by the special contract for the project.
The loan includes DBJ's first special contract for the provision of funds for recovery from earthquake disaster.
According to the amendments, military training will also be available at universities that have concluded a special contract with the Ministry of Defense.
31 (VOI) -- A special contract worth 67 million shares was concluded today in the Iraqi Stock Exchange (ISX).
This deal is now called a special contract which few primary care trusts are prepared to provide.
1993: Female students atLiverpool John Moores University slapped a wolf-whistling ban on building workers after complaining about their `sexist'antics.Lads on a nearby pounds 8m construction project were forced to sign a special contract forcing them to cut out saucy banter.

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