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1 Once again, the desirability of clear terms of contract, coupled perhaps with an unambiguous job description, is plain.
2 Similar provisions appear in international conventions which lay down the terms of contracts for international carriage of goods.
3 Analysis of terms of contract and of seniority by ethnic groups suggests that minorities are significantly less well placed within the profession.
4 Article 131 During the term of contract, the party giving out the contract may not take back the contracted land.
5 The term of contract shall be 60 months from the date when Party A can manufacture qualified contract products with the know-how and equipment supplied by Party B.
6 Upon expiration of such term of contract, the contract shall automatically become void and null.
7 Article 130 During the term of contract, the party giving out the contract may not readjust the contracted land.
8 The term of contract for grasslands ranges from 30 to 50 years.
9 Article 126 The term of contract for cultivated land is 30 years.
10 That critical move was completed before the commencement of the term of contract.
11 If the Party B intends to the supplementary contract, should write in the supplementary contract application within one month before the term of contract has expired.
12 The site use fee contributed by the Chinese party as its investment may not be adjusted during the term of contract.
13 By contrasting with Sweden, which has stable labor relationship,[www.Sentencedict.com] the author puts for a proposal to make the term of contract perfect in China.
14 The contract shall be valid for 10 years from the effective date of the contract, on the expiry of the validity term of contract, the contract shall automatically become null and void.
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