Oral Contract

Business / Finance / Oral Contract: A contract not recorded on paper or on computer, buy made vocally which is usually enforceable.

Other Words for Contract

Contract Adjective Synonyms: agreement, understanding, deal, bargain, arrangement, pact, commitment, obligation, compact
Contract Verb Synonyms: catch, acquire, get, come down with, develop, become infected with, go down with
Contract Noun Synonyms: engage, agree, promise, covenant, undertake
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Other Words for Oral

Oral Noun Synonyms: spoken, said, verbal, uttered, voiced, vocal, vocalized, enunciated, pronounced, articulated, word-of-mouth, viva voce
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Office Of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCCP)

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Office Of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCCP): Division of the Employment Standards Administration in the Department of Labor responsible for enforcing three statutes for federal contractors and subcontractors: Executive Order No. 11246, the Rehab MORE

Open Contracts

Business / Finance / Open Contracts: Contracts that have been bought or sold without completion of the transaction by subsequent sale or purchase, or by making or taking actual delivery of the financial instrument or physical commodity. MORE

Optimal Contract

Business / Finance / Optimal Contract: The contract that balances the three types of agency costs (contracting, monitoring, and misbehavior) against one another to minimize the total cost. MORE

No Capacity To Contract

Business / Real Estate / No Capacity To Contract: The inability of a person to enter into a valid contract under any circumstances. Such inability can arise when a person has been adjudicated insane or is an officer of a corporation who is not author MORE

Nexus (Of Contracts)

Business / Finance / Nexus (Of Contracts): A set or collection of something. MORE

Nearby Futures Contract

Business / Finance / Nearby Futures Contract: When several futures contracts are considered, the contract with the closest settlement date is called the nearby futures contract. The next (or the 'next out') futures contract is the one that settle MORE

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