If you have a contract can you have a split of terms and conditions
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"In certain contracts, a party's obligation to perform is conditioned upon some event or action by the other party. Under contract law, a condition is a contingency: (1) which must be satisfied before a party is obligated to perform; or (2) the happening of which will extinguish one or more contractual obligations. In colloquial speech, however, the word "condition" is often misused. For instance, in this case, although the businessman used the expression "These are my conditions," not all terms of the contract are actually conditions. Instead, the businessman was describing terms of the proposed bargain to the buyer (that is, the terms of the offer). The transfer of the business to the name of the buyer in a certain time period is the only condition in this contract. It is a condition precedent to the buyer's obligation to provide the businessman office space rent-free for the duration of the consulting contract.