contract practice


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con·tract prac·tice

(kon'trakt prak'tis)
A business wherein a third party contracts with the dental practice to provide care for a specific group of patients.
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Busch is the sole owner and practitioner of a boutique government contract practice firm focused on all aspects of government and commercial contracts, as well as conflict management systems, general counsel, ADR and white collar crime.
He was referring to the five-month contract practice prevalent in the construction, mall, hotel and restaurant sectors to avoid payment of social and health benefits due to regular workers.
Contract Law and Contract Practice: Bridging the Gap Between Legal Reasoning and Commercial Expectation
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