condition precedent

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condition precedent (plural conditions precedent)

  1. (law) a condition imposed on an agreement that must be satisfied before property is transferred between parties.
  2. (law) a condition depending upon an uncertain event which must be fulfilled before an obligation arises or a legal transaction takes effect.

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