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Implied Contract Terms

Implied Contract Terms What are 'Implied Contract Terms' Implied contract terms are items that a court will assume are intended to be included in a contract, even though they are not expre

In Escrow

In Escrow What does 'In Escrow' mean In escrow is an item such as money or a piece of property that has been transferred to a third party with the intentions of delivery to a grantee as pa

Implied Warranty

DefinitionIn common law jurisdictions, an implied warranty is a contract law term for certain assurances that are presumed to be made in the sale of products or real property, due to the cir

Naked Put

DefinitionA naked put is a put option where the option writer does not have sufficient liquidity to cover the contracts in case of assignment. No amount of underlying stock will satisfy assi

Offtake Agreement

Offtake Agreement What is an 'Offtake Agreement' An offtake agreement is an agreement between a producer of a resource and a buyer of a resource to purchase or sell portions of the produce

Real Estate Short Sale

Real Estate Short Sale What is a 'Real Estate Short Sale' A real estate short sale is any sale of real estate that generates proceeds that are less than the amount owed on the property. A

Rain Check

Rain Check What is 'Rain Check' A rain check is a promise or commitment from a seller to a buyer that an item currently out of stock can be purchased at a later date for the current day's

Sale and Repurchase Agreement (SRA)

Sale and Repurchase Agreement (SRA) What is 'Sale and Repurchase Agreement - SRA' An open market operation, implemented by the central Bank of Canada, that is designed to affect overnight

Sales And Purchase Agreement (SPA)

Sales And Purchase Agreement (SPA) What is a 'Sales And Purchase Agreement - SPA' A sales and purchase agreement (SPA) is a legal contract that obligates a buyer to buy and a seller to sel

Short Selling

DefinitionIn finance, a short sale is the sale of an asset that the seller does not own. The seller effects such a sale by borrowing the asset in order to deliver it to the buyer. Subsequent
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