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extracontractual

Definitions

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  • adj. Outside of a legal contract.

Etymologies

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extra- +‎ contractual

Examples

  • No extracontractual or consequential damages allowed.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Fannie Mae Health Care”:

  • This interdependence included the dyadic “partnership” engaged in reciprocal influence, its extracontractual behavioral exchanges, its role-defined relations, and its loosely coupled fates Dansereau, Graen, & Haga, 1975.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • For members of the inner group, the leader-subordinate dyadic exchange was seen as a partnership that was characterized by reciprocal influence; extracontractual behavior; mutual trust, respect, and liking; and a sense of a common fate.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Notably however, the Court suggested that other extracontractual damages (attorneys 'fees, court costs, etc …) may be appropriate on remand

    Mississippi Law Blog

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