Betekenis van:
term of a contract

term of a contract
Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the period of time during which a contract conveying property to a person is in effect




    1. Otherwise, the term of a fixed-term contract may only be extended under the conditions laid down in Article 6.
    2. employees with a fixed-term contract within the meaning of Directive 1999/70/EC;
    3. It is necessary to clarify that in exceptional, duly justified cases, extensions of a contract may exceed the initial term of a contract.
    4. The term of a contract shall as a rule not exceed four years except in duly justified cases.
    5. The term of the contract was also limited to two years, with a possible extension by one year before a new call for tenders.
    6. If a second fixed-term contract was concluded by Europol before the date of application of this Decision and the staff member accepted a temporary agent contract or contract agent contract under the conditions laid down in the third subparagraph of paragraph 2, any subsequent renewal may be concluded only for an indefinite period, in accordance with Article 39(4).
    7. ‘ancillary contract’ means a contract under which the consumer acquires services which are related to a timeshare contract or long-term holiday product contract and which are provided by the trader or a third party on the basis of an arrangement between that third party and the trader;
    8. The totality of all extensions shall as a rule not exceed the term of the initial contract, except in duly justified cases.’;
    9. Where a contract's term covers parts of two calendar years, Member States shall ensure that compensation is not granted twice in respect of the same contract.
    10. the term ‘contract related to defence’ shall refer to a contract to be concluded by the Agency in the fields where Member States may invoke the exception of Article 10 of Directive 2004/18/EC.
    11. The supply is carried out on request by the national transmission network operator on the basis of a long term contract on electricity supply.
    12. Initially, the term of the contract was intended to be four years at the most but, account being taken of the lack of sufficient applicants, SNCF decided to limit the term of the contract to two years, with one year renewable, making a maximum total of three years before issuing a new call for tenders.
    13. Consequently, a new contract was concluded with Sernam, commencing on 1 February 2003. For the same reasons as for the supplies transport contract, the term of the contract was limited to two years with the possibility of extending it for one year, making a maximum of three years before a new call for tenders.
    14. On that point, although the Commission is of the view that it is certain that trades union organisations asked for the fixed-term contracts to be reclassified as contracts for an indefinite term, it considers, on the other hand, that the figure must relate only to employees with a fixed-term contract for whom that risk is almost definite (namely, […] fixed-term contracts).
    15. In calculating the duration of a timeshare contract or a long-term holiday product contract, as defined in points (a) and (b) of paragraph 1 respectively, any provision in the contract allowing for tacit renewal or prolongation shall be taken into account.