(Askeri) SÖZLEŞME SAHRA TEKNİSYENİ: Kara kuvvetleri tarafından kullanılan veya desteklenen ve mutlak surette belirli bir imalatçının mamulü olması gerekmeyen bir malzemenin kurulmasında, çalıştırılmasında ve bakımında danışman olarak idari hizmetlerde bulunmak üzere Devlet tarafından gayri şahsi hizmet anlaşmasına göre temin edilmiş bir imalathane teknik büro veya ticari ya da sınai müessese memuru
(Askeri) MUKAVELENİN İDAMESİ: Yerine getirilen idame düzeyi hakkında ayırım olmaksızın belirli bir zaman veya süreklilik temelinde ticari teşkilat (ana müteahhitler dahil) tarafından mukavelede ifa edilen malzemenin idamesi
(Askeri) SÖZLEŞMELİ TEKNİK ÖĞRETMEN: Kara kuvvetleri tarafından kullanılan veya desteklenen malzemenin kurulması çalıştırılması veya bakımı için yetkili dershane öğretimi hazırlamak ve yaptırmak üzere devletçe bir gayri şahsi hizmet sözleşmesi esasına göre temin edilen bir imalathane teknik büro veya ticari ya da sınai müessese memuru
(Askeri) SÖZLEŞME TEKNİK HİZMETLER PERSONELİ: Yeni kabul edilmiş malzemeyi kullanacak personelin bu malzemenin montaj, işletme bakım ve lojistik desteğinde yetiştirilmesinde yardımcı olmak üzere, müteahhit tarafından bir kuvvet komutanlığına temin edilen aşağıdaki kategorilerde yetişmiş kalifiye personel: 1) İmalatçılara mensup temsilciler (mühendis, teknisyen veya montajcı), 2) Sözleşme sahra teknisyeni (teknisyen, Askeri Yardım Programı Öğretmeni, Müşavir veya Mühendis), 3) Sözleşme teknik öğretmeni (sınıf okulu öğretmeni)
(Askeri) SÖZLEŞME FESHİ: Milli Savunma Bakanlığı tedarik işlemlerinde kullanılan anlamda; bir esas sözleşmeye veya bununla ilgili tali sözleşmelere bağlanmış bir işin hükümetin arzusu veya mücbir bir sebeple tamamen veya kısmen terk veya feshini ifade eder
(Askeri) MALİYET SÖZLEŞMESİ: 1. Sözleşmenin yerine getirilmesi esnasında yapılan uygun harcamaların sözleşmede belirtilen şekilde müteahhide ödenmesini sağlayan sözleşme. 2. Müteahhide ayrıca ödeme yapılmayan, maliyetin geri ödendiği bir tip sözleşme
(Askeri) MALİYETİ İADE TİPİ SÖZLEŞME: Maliyet sözleşmesi (cost contract) ve maliyeti paylaşılan sözleşme (cost sharing contract) ile kar ilaveli maliyet sözleşmelerini (cost plus a fixed fee contract) içine alan sözleşme
An agreement which the law will enforce in some way. A legally binding contract must contain at least one promise, i.e., a commitment or offer, by an offeror to and accepted by an offeree to do something in the future. A contract is thus executory rather than executed
An agreement between persons which obliges each party to do or not to do a certain thing Technically, a valid contract requires an offer and an acceptance of that offer, and, in common law countries, consideration
An oral or written agreement between two or more parties which is enforceable by law
An oral or written agreement to do or not to do a certain thing for consideration
A binding agreement between two or more parties; also the written or other evidence of such an agreement
When something such as an economy or market contracts, it becomes smaller. The manufacturing economy contracted in October for the sixth consecutive month
a variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid
An agreement between two or more parties, written or oral, to do or not to do certain things
The written agreement, including OUS or any of its institution's solicitation document and the accepted portions of a bid or proposal, between OUS or any of its institutions and the contractor describing the work to be done and the obligations of the parties Depending upon the goods and services being procured, OUS or any of its institutions may use "contract" as meaning a purchase order, price agreement, or other contract document in addition to OUS's or any of its institution's solicitation document and the accepted portions of a bid or proposal
An agreement between two or more persons that creates an obligation to do or not to do a particular thing
(1) An agreement between two or more parties, especially one that is written and enforceable by law (2) The writing or document containing such an agreement
compress or concentrate; "Congress condensed the three-year plan into a six-month plan"
enter into a contractual arrangement make smaller; "The heat contracted the woollen garment
(contract bridge) the highest bid becomes the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make
To bring on; to incur; to acquire; as, to contract a habit; to contract a debt; to contract a disease
A legal agreement between entities that requires each to conduct (or refrain from conducting) certain activities This document provides each party with a right that is enforceable under our judicial system
To draw together or nearer; to reduce to a less compass; to shorten, narrow, or lessen; as, to contract one's sphere of action
squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
An agreement to acquire, purchase, lease, or barter property or services For an award to be considered a contract, it normally must contain all of the following elements: detailed financial and legal requirements must be included with a specific statement of work to be performed a specific set of deliverables and/or reports to the sponsor is required separate accounting procedures are required legally binding contract clauses must be included and benefits of the project accrue to the sponsor and to the university, then to the nation
be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness; "He got AIDS"; "She came down with pneumonia"; "She took a chill"
An agreement between two parties that is intended to be enforceable at law Contracts are usually written, but a spoken agreement can also be a contract
A binding agreement between two or more parties stating specific terms and agreements A contract of insurance is a written document known as a policy
make or become more narrow or restricted; "The selection was narrowed"; "The road narrowed"
a written, legal agreement between an institution and an awarding agency normally involving the expectation of an economic benefit on the part of the contractor and the generation of a tangible product, service, or other consideration in return for sponsored support These might include testing or evaluation of proprietary products, development or construction of equipment, rights to data, patents, copyrights, technical reports or evaluation, consulting services This definition is taken from a memorandum dated June 16, 1983 from Alexander Sharp, Vice President for Business and Finance, entitled "Definitions of Gifts, Grants, and Contracts "
An agreement between competent parties to do or not do certain things for consideration
reduce in scope while retaining essential elements; "The manuscript must be shortened"
When something contracts or when something contracts it, it becomes smaller or shorter. Blood is only expelled from the heart when it contracts New research shows that an excess of meat and salt can contract muscles. + contraction contractions con·trac·tion the contraction and expansion of blood vessels Foods and fluids are mixed in the stomach by its muscular contractions
If you are under contract to someone, you have signed a contract agreeing to work for them, and for no-one else, during a fixed period of time. The director wanted Olivia de Havilland, then under contract to Warner Brothers. Agreement between two or more parties that creates for each party a duty to do something (e.g., to provide goods at a certain price according to a specified schedule) or a duty not to do something (e.g., to divulge an employer's trade secrets or financial status to third parties). A party's failure to honour a contract allows the other party or parties to bring an action for damages in a court of law, though arbitration may also be pursued in an effort to keep the matter confidential. In order to be valid, a contract must be entered into both willingly and freely. A contract that violates this principle, including one made with a legal minor or a person deemed mentally incompetent, may be declared unenforceable. A contract also must have a lawful objective
To be drawn together so as to be diminished in size or extent; to shrink; to be reduced in compass or in duration; as, iron contracts in cooling; a rope contracts when wet
The agreement of two or more persons, upon a sufficient consideration or cause, to do, or to abstain from doing, some act; an agreement in which a party undertakes to do, or not to do, a particular thing; a formal bargain; a compact; an interchange of legal rights
If you contract with someone to do something, you legally agree to do it for them or for them to do it for you. You can contract with us to deliver your cargo The Boston Museum of Fine Arts has already contracted to lease part of its collection to a museum in Japan
A contract is a legal agreement, usually between two companies or between an employer and employee, which involves doing work for a stated sum of money. The company won a prestigious contract for work on Europe's tallest building He was given a seven-year contract with an annual salary of $150,000
(From Latin contractus: "drawing together" or "uniting ") An agreement between two or more person that creates a legally enforceable obligation or mutual obligations to do or not to do a particular thing In France, the elements of a valid contract are (1) mutual assent, (2) cause, (3) capacity of the parties, and (4) a lawful object (French Civil Code, Art 1108) In Germany, the elements are (1) mutual assent, (2) intent to confer a benefit, (3) capacity of the parties, and (4) a lawful object (German Civil Code, §§ 518, 761, 780, 781) In the U S , the elements are (1) mutual assent, (2) consideration, (3) capacity of the parties, and (4) a lawful object (American Law Institute, Restatement of the Law, Second: Contracts, §§ 3, 8, 12)
(1) A term of reference describing a unit of trading for a commodity future or option; (2) An agreement to buy or sell a specified commodity, detailing the amount and grade of the product and the date on which the contract will mature and become deliverable
A formal writing which contains the agreement of parties, with the terms and conditions, and which serves as a proof of the obligation
An agreement between the Community and the participants concerning the performance of an indirect action establishing rights and obligations between the Community and the participants on the one hand, and between the participants in that indirect action, on the other
As used in ethics, the term "contract" means an explicit agreement which is freely entered into Only a small number of these would qualify as legal contracts A legal contract is a legally binding agreement among two or more parties Breach of contract is the failure to fulfill a legal contract
To shorten by omitting a letter or letters or by reducing two or more vowels or syllables to one
A binding agreement between two or more parties for the doing or not doing of certain things A contract of insurance is embodied in a written document called the policy
If you contract a marriage, alliance, or other relationship with someone, you arrange to have that relationship with them. She contracted a formal marriage to a British ex-serviceman. = enter into
If you contract a serious illness, you become ill with it. He contracted AIDS from a blood transfusion Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common cancer contracted by women
a variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law (contract bridge) the highest bid becomes the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness; "He got AIDS"; "She came down with pneumonia"; "She took a chill"
To make an agreement; to covenant; to agree; to bargain; as, to contract for carrying the mail
In the grain, feed and processing industry, an agreement between buyer and seller that a court or arbitration committee will enforce Contracts may be formed orally, but state-enacted versions of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) generally require that contracts must be evidenced by some writing if involving the sale or purchase of goods worth $500 or more Such writing can either be an agreement signed by both parties or a confirmation evidencing the parties' agreement Under the UCC, a written confirmation(s) exchanged between "merchants" is deemed evidence of the formation of a contract between the parties Likewise, the UCC provides that conduct by both parties which recognizes the existence of a contract can be sufficient to establish a contract for sale of goods in some cases
A contract that involves an exchange of goods, services or property to be exchanged from seller (or vendor) to buyer (or purchaser) for an agreed upon value in money (or money equivalent) paid or the promise to pay same
Contract administration includes those inherently governmental activities performed by warranted contracting officers (CO), the contracting officer's technical representatives (COTR), and related payment evaluation staff Contract administration is not to be confused with contract quality control, performance evaluation or inspection, which are defined as commercial activities
Any administrative activity undertaken by either the government or the contractor during the time from contract award to contract close-out Refers to steps taken by the government representatives responsible for ensuring government and contractor compliance with the terms and conditions of the contract Includes routine tasks such as monitoring contractor program, reviewing invoices, processing payments, inspecting deliverables, and closing out the contract file Also includes problem-solving activities that are necessitated by unforeseeable circumstances (changes, problems, and disagreements) that arise following contract award [FAR]
That body of law that regulates the enforcement of contracts Contract law has its origins thousands of years as the early civilisations began to trade with each other, a legal system was created to support and to facilitate that trade The English and French developed similar contract law systems, both referring extensively to old Roman contract law principles such as consensus ad idem or caveat emptor There are some minor differences on points of detail such as the English law requirement that every contract contain consideration More and more states are changing their laws to eliminate consideration as a prerequisite to a valid contract thus contributing to the uniformity of law Contract law is the basis of all commercial dealings from buying a bus ticket to trading on the stock market International contracts are often subject to the UNIDROIT rules
That body of law which regulates the enforcement of contracts Contract law has its origins thousands of years as the early civilizations began to trade with each other, a legal system was created to support and to facilitate that trade The English and French developed similar contract law systems, both referring extensively to old Roman contract law principles such as consensus ad idem or caveat emptor There are some minor differences on points of detail such as the English law requirement that every contract contain consideration More and more states are changing their laws to eliminate consideration as a prerequisite to a valid contract thus contributing to the uniformity of law Contract law is the basis of all commercial dealings from buying a bus ticket to trading on the stock market
(Ticaret) A third party that performs one or more production operations for a manufacturer who will market the final item under their own name. They often charge on a per-piece or per-lot basis for the labor required for their services while using components or materials supplied and owned by the final item manufacturer
(1) A board of trade or exchange designated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to trade futures or options under the Commodity Exchange Act; (2) Sometimes the futures contract itself (e g , corn is a contract market)
Also known as Agreement of Purchase and Sale, Offer to Purchase, Contract of Purchase The written agreement between the Vendor and Purchaser for the sale of property which contains all of the terms, conditions and financial details of the transaction
A contract for the purchase and sale of real property in which the buyer agrees to purchase for a certain price and the seller agrees to convey title by way of a deed or an assignment of lease (for leasehold property) In addition to binding the parties to the purchase and sale of the property during the period of time required to close the transaction, the contract frequently serves as the initial directions to the closing agent or escrow company to process the mechanics of the transaction In essence, the contract of sale is an executory contract to convey property, serving as the vehicle to get to the deed, which finally conveys title; it is the blueprint for the entire transaction Some of the many names for this contract are sales contract, purchase agreement, deposit receipt, offer and acceptance, agreement of sale, offer to lease or purchase and sale agreement
If a person or group contracts out of a system or scheme, they formally say that they do not want to take part in it. Employees can contract out of their employer's occupational pension scheme. a free deal which automatically converts into a pay as-you-go service unless you contract out
If a company contracts out work, they employ other companies to do it. Firms can contract out work to one another When Barclays Bank contracted out its cleaning, the new company was cheaper. the trend of contracting services out rather than performing them in-house
An amount payable to the seller and equal to the gross selling price when no mortgages are involved If a mortgage is assumed, the contract price is the gross selling price minus the amount of the mortgage plus the excess (if any) of the mortgage over the seller's basis and expenses of sale
a standardized contract, traded on a futures exchange, to buy or sell a standardized quantity of a specified commodity (or financial instrument) of standardized quality at a certain date in the future, at a price (the futures price)
A contract entered into directly between the client and contractor (contracted provider of products or services.) Used especially of contracts involving government agencies or bodies, or entities such as educational institutions
An agreement in which in which one party agrees to supply as much of a good or service as is required by the other party, and in exchange the other party expressly or implicitly promises that it will obtain its goods or services exclusively from the first party
Purchasing, renting, leasing, or otherwise obtaining supplies or services from nonfederal sources Contracting includes the description of supplies and services required, the selection and solicitation of sources, the preparation and award of contracts, and all phases of contract administration It does not include grants or cooperative agreements
A decrease in size due to a temperature change It should not be confused with shrinkage, which is a non-reversible occurrence Contraction is reversible with a reverse in the temperature change As a piece of ceramics heats and cools, it expands and contracts The rate of expansion and contraction of a glaze must be compatible with that of the claybody, otherwise flaking off or separation of the glaze may occur In pottery, this should be a concern when considering glaze fit and ovenware See also glaze fit, ovenware, shrinkage
the act of decreasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope (physiology) a shortening or tensing of a part or organ (especially of a muscle or muscle fiber) a word formed from two or more words by omitting or combining some sounds; "`won't' is a contraction of `will not'"; "`o'clock' is a contraction of `of the clock'
The shortening of a word, or of two words, by the omission of a letter or letters, or by reducing two or more vowels or syllables to one; as, ne'er for never; can't for can not; don't for do not; it's for it is
[ 'kän-"trakt ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English, from Latin contractum, past participle of contrahere (“to bring together, to bring about, to conclude a bargain”), from con- (“with, together”) + trahere (“to draw, to pull”).
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