when, as, and if

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when, as, and if

  1. (idiomatic, law, finance, business) Used to indicate the timing and contingency of some obligation in contracts, especially financial.
    The dividend on the preferred stock shall be payable in equal amount to the dividend on the common stock when, as, and if the Company declares a dividend on the common stock.

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