Definition of Right of first refusal

1. Noun. (legal) A provision in a contract that permits a party to that contract or another named party to have an opportunity to purchase, use, or otherwise obtain a specified object before it is offered to any other party. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Right Of First Refusal

right inverse
right lateral
right lobe
right lobe of liver
right lumbar lymph nodes
right lung segments
right lymphatic duct
right main bronchus
right margin of heart
right middle lobe syndrome
right now
right of counsel
right of election
right of entry
right of first publication
right of first refusal (current term)
right of offset
right of privacy
right of public access to the wilderness
right of re-entry
right of reentry
right of search
right of sepulchre
right of ways
right on
right one
right or left lateral decubitus film
right ovarian vein
right ovarian vein syndrome

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