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A Condition of a Contract is an essential or fundamental Term in a Contract.
A condition of the contract is a requirement and one or both parties must comply.
Conditions of a contract can be expressed or implied.
An express condition is one that has been explicitly stated in a contract.
An implied condition is not specifically written out, but the law could assume certain conditions exist.
Failure of a Condition may result in Breach of Contract.