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1. Contracting: Advantage, benefit, or consideration that causes a party to enter into a binding agreement, or motivates it to perform more efficiently and cost effectively.
2. Law: (1) Persuasion by enticement, threat, or urging to commit a crime or pursue a particular course of action. It is practically impossible to clearly differentiate between the legal meanings of advice, enticement, inducement, and procurement. (2) Statement of preliminary facts presented to establish the criminal nature of an alleged offense.

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The declaration should also clearly state whether or not hospitality or inducement of any kind had been received from any of the persons mentioned.
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You can offer an inducement to someone if you really need them to get on your side but they are playing hard to get.
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The inducement engaged in by the firm was not ethical so we hired a firm that specialized in handling matters such as this.
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