Essentials of Business Law Chapter 14
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A person who is not a party to a contract but is intended by the contracting parties to benefit as a consequence of a contract.
A person who will benefit as an indirect consequence of a contract, although that was not the intent of the contracting parties.
The transfer of a contract right to a third party who can receive the benefits of the contract.
The person who transfers his or her rights in an assignment.
The third party to whom rights are transferred in an assignment.
The party who guarantees the promises assigned.
A contract in which services that require a unique skill, talent, ability, and so forth are provided by a specific person.
The appointment of a third party by a party to an existing contract to perform contractual duties that do not involve unique skills, talents,abilities, and so on.
A condition in which a person or business is legally recognized as unable to pay legitimate debts.
A situation in which all parties to a contract agree to a significant change to a contract.
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