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Precontract

Pre`con`tract´
v. t.1.To contract, engage, or stipulate previously.
v. i.1.To make a previous contract or agreement.
n.1.(Law) A contract preceding another

PRECONTRACT. An engagement entered into by a person, which renders him unable to enter into another; as a promise or covenant of marriage to be had afterwards. When made per verba de presenti, it is in fact a marriage, and in that case the party making it cannot marry another person.

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