lobbying contract

lobbying contract
Any agreement which tends to introduce personal influence and solicitation as elements in procuring and influencing legislative action. Houlton v Nichol, 93 Wis 393, 67 NW 715. A contract in which one of the parties undertakes to perform lobbying services. See lobbying.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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