abide by /ə'baid/ (v) to accept and act according to a law, an agreement Example: The two parties agreed to abide by the judge's decision
agreement /əˈɡriːmənt/ (n) an arrangement, a promise or a contract made with somebody Example: According to the agreement, the caterer will also supply the flowers for the event
assurance /əˈʃʊərəns/ (n) a statement that something will certainly be true or will certainly happen Example: The sales associate gave his assurance that the missing keyboard would be replaced the next day.
cancellation /ˌkænsəˈleɪʃn/ (n) a decision to stop something that has already been arranged from happening Example: The cancelation of her flight caused her problems for the rest of the week
determine /dɪˈtɜːmɪn/ (v) to discover the facts about something Example: After reading the contract, I was still unable to detemine if our company was liable for back wages.
engage /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒ/ (v) to become involved in, to participate Example: He engaged us in a fascinating discussion about current business law
establish /ɪˈstæblɪʃ/ (v) to start or create an organization, a system Example: The merger of the two company established a powerful new corporation
obligate /'ɔbligeit/ (v) to bind legally or morally Example: The contractor was obligated by the contract to work 40 hours a week.
party /ˈpɑːti/ (n) one of the people or groups of people involved in a legal agreemen Example: The parties agreed to settlement in their contract dispute.
provision /prəˈvɪʒn/ (n) a condition or an arrangement in a legal document Example: The father made provision for his children through his will.
resolve /rɪˈzɒlv/ (v, n) to find an acceptable solution to a problem Example: The manager resolved to clean out all the files at the end of the week.
specific /spəˈsɪfɪk/ (adj) detailed abd exact Example: The customer's specific complaint was not addressed in his e-mail.