Sum Certain

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Sum Certain

In law, a specific amount of money stated in a contract. For example, a company may agree to buy another for $10 million. The $10 million price is sum certain, as opposed to an agreement to buy the other company for whatever its market value happens to be when the deal is finalized.
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