Temperament; disposition; character.
That which must exist as the occasion or concomitant of something else; that which is requisite in order that something else should take effect; an essential qualification; stipulation; terms specified.
A clause in a contract, or agreement, which has for its object to suspend, to defeat, or in some way to modify, the principal obligation; or, in case of a will, to suspend, revoke, or modify a devise or bequest. It is also the case of a future uncertain event, which may or may not happen, and on the occurrence or non-occurrence of which, the accomplishment, recission, or modification of an obligation or testamentary disposition is made to depend.
To make terms; to stipulate.
To contract; to stipulate; to agree.
in a contract that some or all terms of the contract will be altered or cease to exist upon a certain event.
A requirement needed either asked from the seller or the buyer in order to finalize the sale of the contract
the physical state of an object; C2) a contract provision or stipulation (Nauert 1979).
A condition is an essential part of an agreement. The agreement or contract may collapse if a condition is broken.
A provision in a contract or other document providing that a right or interest in property depends on a future event that may or may not happen.
A provision in a deed or a will that upon the happening of failure to happen of a certain event, the title of the purchaser or devisee will be limited, enlarged, changed or terminated.
A provision in a contract that has the effect of modifying, suspending, or revoking the principal obligation if a future event happens or fails to happen. "
domain relation in which event or state A is a necessary condition for event or state B (i.e. A is an event or a state which has not actually happened and is required for B to come about).
(usually plural) a statement of what is required as part of an agreement; "the contract set out the conditions of the lease"; "the terms of the treaty were generous"
specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; make an express demand or provision in an agreement; "The will stipulates that she can live in the house for the rest of her life"; "The contract stipulates the dates of the payments"
a clause of contingency, on the happening of which the estate granted may be defeated
a collection of queries which are evaluated when the associated event is triggered
a contractual term that renders the operation and consequences of the contract dependent on the occurrence, or non-occurrence, of a specified future event
an act, an event, or a set of facts that, unless excused, must occur prior to the time a party is required to perform under the contract
an event, not certain to occur, which must occur, unless its non-occurrence is excused, before performance under a contract becomes due (emphasis added)
a position, a point of view or belief, that functions as a fundamental ground of being
a stipulation essential to the main purpose of the contract, the breach of which gives rise to a right to treat the contact as repudiated
a stipulation that entitles government to the return of the granted resources if a specified future event that is not presently regarded as remote either occurs or does not occur
A provision in an agreement that makes the parties' rights and obligations depend on the occurrence (or nonoccurrence) of a particular event. Also called a contingency clause.
An event which is assumed to have occurred when considering the probability of another event.
An important term or rule of a contract. If you break (breach) a condition of a contract the contract can be cancelled by the other party. Some contracts are conditional. That means the buyer or the seller is required to do something before the contract will be set - eg, a car sale is conditional on the vehicle passing an independent check - if it doesnâ€(tm)t pass the check the contract is ended.
An important term of a contract which, if breached, entitles the innocent party to terminate the contract as well as claim compensation.
An event that will trigger certain actions for the HAM to perform. Examples of conditions include the death of entity, a missed heartbeat, etc.
A provision in a legal document contingent upon an uncertain future event.
A provision in an agreement or contract, limiting or modifying the rights and obligations of the parties.
A condition in a contract that calls for the happening of some event or performance of some act before the agreement becomes binding.
A fundamental premise upon which fulfillment of a contract depends.
A stipulation or qualification in the deed which, if violated or not performed, defeats the deed and places the title back in the hands of the original grantor.
An important term in a contract, the remedy for breach of which is rescission (q.v.) of the contract. See also warranty (q.v.). See CONSUMERS.
A clause in a contract or agreement which may suspend, rescind, or modify the principal obligation; conditions may be positive (requiring that a specified event shall happen or an act be done), restrictive, or negative ( the latter imposing an obligation not to do a particular thing).
A proviso in a deed or will that, upon the happening or failure to happen of a certain event, limits, enlarges, changes or terminates the title of the purchaser or devisee.
In a real estate document this term refers to something that must happen before the contract becomes firm.
A fundamental term of a contract, a breach of which allows the injured party to terminate the contract and/or sue for damages or Specific Performance.
(Condition) A stipulation in a contract, (e.g. an insurance policy) defining, extending or reducing rights and responsibilities.
A qualification, restriction, or limitation annexed to a grant or agreement, by which it is deprived of its absolute character, and may be defeated, or suspended, or revoked on the happening of a certain event, or the performance, on the part of the grant. University of Alberta: Example: With a "conditional gift" the University is only entitled to enjoyment of the donation if it first meets some condition that has been imposed by the donor.
part of a contract which must be complied with by one party or another.
A qualification or restriction annexed to a conveyance of lands, whereby it is provided that upon the happening of a particular event an estate shall commence, be enlarged, or be defeated.
A future event that must happen to create an obligation, or that extinguishes an existing obligation.