executed contract

executed contract

A contract that has been fully performed by all sides; contrast with executory contract.

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Once there is an executed contract, meaning that the real estate contract has been signed by both the buyer and the seller, you can formally hire our firm.
Avison Young also submitted drawings for permits, created the budget, schedule and executed contract management.
This fully executed contract secures gas supply for the second train bringing total capacity of the Nataly 1LNG Plant to 360,000 GPD.
This results in an executed contract. Next, the earnest money from the buyer is deposited into an escrow account.
DocuSign maintains an online contract execution platform, permitting parties to consent to use electronic records and signatures, execute a contract with electronic signatures and retain copies of the executed contract on paper and/or in electronic form.
We continued to expand our presence in markets that are important to our customers and increased our executed contract base for future hotels to 150.
The "signed and filed" email ensures that all parties receive a copy of the executed contract and can access it at any time via email or in Salesforce.
Under the newly executed contract, SAS Flight Academy and IDS International would deliver a wide assortment of security courses for all personnel groups within the aviation industry.
This step will grow its brand footprint in the Middle East and Southwest Asia, a segment that accounts for about 25% of its executed contract rooms base.
The deal closed within 30 days of an executed Contract of Sale, he added.