Definitions of "condition"
  1. An uncertain future event that will determine the rights or obligations of an individual involved in a legal document, most commonly a contract
  2. A specific state or circumstance that a person or object is in
  3. A specification outlined in an insurance policy that details the responsibilities or benefits of the policyholder or insurance company
  4. The process of placing stipulations or requirements on a particular subject or entity
How to use "condition" in a sentence
  1. The contract cannot go into effect unless the condition of the buyer having procured financing is met.
  2. The broken window put the house in a condition not suitable for selling.
  3. The insurance company refused to pay out since the policyholder didn't meet a condition stated in the policy.
  4. The real estate agent conditioned the sale on the property passing an inspection.

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