- = contingent contractAn agreement to purchase a company in which the purchaser pays a lump sum at the time of the acquisition, with a promise to pay more (a contingent consideration) if certain criteria, usually specified earnings levels, are met for a specified number of years. This method of acquisition has been popular in ‘people’ businesses, in particular advertising agencies.
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