A contract definition

A contract means any contract in writing or otherwise for the supply or disposal of goods, materials or services or for the execution of works but shall exclude contracts of employment or for the sale or purchase of any interest in land.
A contract means Contract Agreement, Particular Contract Conditions (incl. any annexes thereto), General Contract Conditions, as well as any annexes to Contract Agreement, which include documents of the Procurement Regulations (incl., any annexes, explanations and amendments thereof, if any), the Employer’s requirements along with annexes (Technical Specifications), the Consultant’s tender and other documents (if any) that are listed in the Contract Agreement and form a part of the entirety of the Contract.
A contract means a contract for the supply of Products or Services of which these conditions form a part.

Examples of A contract in a sentence

  • A contract is, or contains, a lease if the contract conveys the right to control the use of an identified asset for a period of time in exchange for consideration.

  • A contract is considered to be “similar” to the contract to be bid if it has the major categories of work stated in the BDS.

  • A contract may apply one COB provision to certain benefits, such as dental benefits, coordinating only with similar benefits, and may apply another COB provision to coordinate other benefits.

  • A contract shall not be assignable by the contractor in whole or in part without the written consent of the Commonwealth.

  • A contract shall be deemed in force only to the extent of appropriations available to each department for the purchase of such goods and/or services.

More Definitions of A contract

A contract. Architect's Contract") with an Architect (the "Architect") with respect to the Project, together with (i) an assignment of the Architect's Contract in favor of Lender as additional security for the Loan and (ii) an agreement from the Architect in favor of Lender under which the Architect (a) acknowledges Borrowers' assignment of the Architect's Contract to Lender; (b) acknowledges Borrowers' assignment of the Plans and Specifications to Lender; (c) agreeing that, if Lender so requires, Lender may use the Plans and Specifications to complete the Project; (d) certifying that the Plans and Specifications comply with all applicable laws and other governmental requirements; and (e) containing such other agreements and certifications as Lender considers appropriate.
A contract means any service contract, supply contract or works contracts (as defined at Regulation 2.4 above) whether in writing or not but (for the avoidance of doubt) does not include any contract of employment.
A contract means that the government determines policies and costs, imple- menting other parties, while the public becomes consumers. Examples of these services, such as road construction, contracted to private contractors.
A contract is "Enforceable" if it is the legal, valid, and binding obligation of the applicable Person enforceable against such Person in accordance with its terms, except as such enforceability may be subject to the effects of bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium, or other Laws relating to or affecting the rights of creditors, and general principles of equity.
A contract means the annual interest rate specified in such Contract.
A contract means an agreement which is enforceable by law.
A contract means an agreement which is enforceable by law. An agreement consists of reciprocal promises between the two parties. In case of contract each party is legally bound by the promise made by him. A contract or an obligation to perform a promise may arise in the following way I. By Agreement and Contract;