Contractual Claim

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Contractual Claim

An amount that by legal agreement must be paid periodically to the buyer of a security; contractual claim may also specify the time at which the principal must be repaid and other details.

Contractual Claim

An amount to which one party of a contract is entitled. For example, if two parties agree to transfer a security in exchange for a fee, that fee is the contractual claim.
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The first meeting of the Special Tripartite Committee (STC), held in Geneva, established under the rules of the convention, aimed to find agreement over the provision of security systems for helping seafarers in the event of abandonment, or in regards to compensation for contractual claims for death or personal injury.
The Group faces political, economic and regulatory risks in respect of its projects in the Middle East, including a minimum national ownership requirement in the United Arab Emirates and exposure to contractual claims for defect works under strict rules/decennial liability.
Qatari clients are using this period of reflection to ensure they bring in the right expertise to deliver their massive infrastructure projects on time and to specification with minimal risk of additional contractual claims, said Lyne.
Chinhengo has been involved in the successful defence of numerous tribunal claims including claims for unfair dismissal, discrimination, pension rights, unlawful deduction from wages, contractual claims and claims under TUPE.
But it was a performance that convinced Team Martinez to take the bout without making contractual claims on my fighter.
Disputes may arise relating to trusts and contractual claims by, or against estates; and disputes with HM Revenue & Customs over tax.
Berglund (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden) explores problem in the legal areas of cross-border civil execution/enforcement of contractual claims for money and the recovery of tax claims in the European Union.
It is surprising how many contractual claims fail because the exact nature of the contract or details of any alleged breaches cannot be proved.
The addition of Trett expands Grontmij's services in the areas of contractual claims, adjudication, quantity surveying, and insolvency and liquidation support.
The defendants filed motions to dismiss and a motion for summary judgment based on claims that Jacobson was entitled to official immunity as to all claims against him, and the hospital was entitled to sovereign immunity from both suit and liability as to contractual claims against it.
Instead they will make contractual claims under civil law, either against Premier or against their immediate supplier.