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Definitions of privity

  • (CONTRACT LAW) privity of contract is the principle that a contract cannot give rights to or impose obligations on any person or group that is not a party to the contract

    Under the doctrine of privity of contract, only the parties to a contract can sue on it.

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Phrase Bank for privity