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Contract, privity of


Rights and obligations generally attach only to parties to the contract. An outsider has no right o claim unless he is, for example, a beneficiary under a trust, a third party in a motor insurance policy, or a supplier of goods who may enforce prices subject to the Resale Prices Act 1964.

Reference: The Penguin Business Dictionary, 3rd edt.