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Contracts basic vocabulary

1 agreement
2 appendix
3 arbitration
4 article
5 clause
6 condition

n. an arrangement between two or more people, countries etc; contract


n. additional or supplementary material at end of contract, book etc
n. settlement of a dispute by a person chosen by both parties - to arbitrate v.
n. a particular statement or stipulation in a contract etc; clause
n. a particular statement or stipulation in a contract etc; article
n. anything necessary before the performance of something else
n. superior, power; unforeseeable event excusing one party from fulfilling
7 force majeure
contract
8 fulfil
v: to satisfy a condition; to complete the required task; to fulfillUS
9 herein
adv: in here; in this (document etc)
10 hereinafter
adv: in the following part (of this document etc)
11 hereto
adv: to this (document etc) [eg: attached hereto]
12 heretofore
adv: up until now; until the present; before this
13 in behalf of
in the interests of (person etc); for (person etc); on behalf ofUK
14 null and void invalid; without legal force; not binding
15 on the one hand on one side - on the other hand on the other side
16 party
n. the person or persons forming one side of an agreement
17 stipulate
v. to specify as an essential condition - stipulation n.
18 terms
n. conditions or stipulations
19 warrant
v. to give formal assurance; to guarantee
conj: it being the case that; in view of the fact that [in introduction to
20 whereas
contracts]

Contracts basic vocabulary


Try to match the terms in the box with the definitions below.

clause

null and void

hereinafter

heretofore

article

force majeure

hereto

agreement

on the one hand

in behalf of

herein

terms

party

condition

appendix

arbitration

whereas

warrant

stipulate

fulfil

n. superior, power; unforeseeable event excusing one party from fulfilling


contract
n. additional or supplementary material at end of contract, book etc
n. a particular statement or stipulation in a contract etc; article
adv: to this (document etc) [eg: attached hereto]
n. conditions or stipulations
n. anything necessary before the performance of something else
conj: it being the case that; in view of the fact that [in introduction to
contracts]
v: to satisfy a condition; to complete the required task; to fulfillUS
on one side - on the other hand on the other side
adv: in the following part (of this document etc)
n. a particular statement or stipulation in a contract etc; clause
adv: up until now; until the present; before this
n. the person or persons forming one side of an agreement
invalid; without legal force; not binding
n. settlement of a dispute by a person chosen by both parties - to arbitrate v.
adv: in here; in this (document etc)
v. to specify as an essential condition - stipulation n.
in the interests of (person etc); for (person etc); on behalf ofUK
v. to give formal assurance; to guarantee
n. an arrangement between two or more people, countries etc; contract