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contract with someone (for something)

 and contract (with someone) for something
to make an agreement with someone to produce or supply something, or to do something. I will have to contract with an expert for that part of the project. We contracted with a local builder for a new kitchen. Did you contract for plumbing work with Eric?
See also: contract
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Example 3: In 2004, J purchased a variable annuity contract for $300,000.
The conceptual philosophy behind these NIPARS/PROS contractual models required a cultural readjustment by the entire acquisition community who sustained a belief that only the government, and the contracting officer, could contract for supplies and services at a fair and reasonable price.
We've followed the Beaumont contract award with a $28 million, four-year contract for stevedore services at Sunny Point.
Repeal the requirement that physicians who privately contract for higher fees file an affidavit with the HCFA, and forgo reimbursement from Medicare for all Medicare patients for two years.
The question the narrative then seeks to answer is whether and under what conditions the original contract is valid, given the fact that the duke subsequently entered into a new marriage contract, with the added complication that the uncle of the lady is arranging a new marriage contract for his niece.
Chan's real estate agent provided that the parties intended to sign a formal contract for the purchase of the property which called for the payment by Chan of $6,500.
The IRS asserted that because it was expected and likely that Fairchild would be compensated under the contract for this portion of its research expenses, the research was funded.
Spending more than a year analyzing the best practices and contracts throughout the industry, TIA became the first organization to provide a Model Broker-Carrier Contract for the industry.
A contract for services can become a personal services contract either by the way it is written or by the way it is administered, but proper training and planning can help avoid this pitfall.
When using the Standard Procurement System (SPS) to contract for commercial items, all Department of Defense contracting activities may deviate from the requirements in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 12.
13, 2004, if the employer deducted premiums paid on a contract for a participant with a death benefit that exceeds the participant's plan death benefit by more than $100,000.
It is the largest single contract for commercial liner service for Department of Defense cargoes.
She said the district initially considered having just one large contract for grill installation.
This means that the taking of a check by the seller is a surrender of his right to sue on the underlying contract for which the check was taken, until the check has been dishonored.
For example, a service contract includes a contract for the provision of management services for .
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