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a contract whose performance depends on a fact or event that affects legal relations

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123 Smith Street had been under conditional contract for over six months with a residential developer.
Evans has dismissed reports from Spain that McManaman has already signed a conditional contract with Barcelona, saying:
The conditional contract became unconditional on 26 May 2012, upon
These ifs and buts can be removed by asking your legal adviser to negotiate the terms of a conditional contract with the seller's solicitor.
The company has entered into a conditional contract to purchase Sunderland-based Edensure for pounds 220,000, with completion due by late October.
In addition, a further 149 sites have been identified where there is "some form of conditional contract or option" on land, subject to planning approval being granted.
If a conditional contract is to be valid, it should be considered carefully.
She said: 'We cannot get into a situation where our laws encourage quickie divorces that trivialise marriage and turn it into a conditional contract, terminable at short notice.
Perkins Foods have entered into a conditional contract for the purchase of the entire issued share capital of Brink for a total consideration of up to NGL 41m.
And under FIFA rules, a player is allowed to agree a conditional contract with a foreign club a year before his current deal expires.
The development pipeline is active with numerous sites under conditional contract and with the zoning and leasing processes underway.
It is the specific purpose of this bid to establish a conditional contract for the required materials, and to secure the cost and availability of the requirements for procurement from sources of supply that will give prompt and convenient service.
To avoid the risk of wasted costs and being caught in a contract with no planning permission, a buyer can consider asking the seller to agree to exchange a conditional contract.
It said it had entered into a conditional contract with an "established healthcare operator" to acquire a five-acre site in Hereford.
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