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Incidental Beneficiary

It refers to the party or person (say A) who is benefited by the execution of a contract between the parties (Say B and C) other than himself but who will have no rights to claim anything from anyone if the contract does not get execute or is breached. So if B gets into a contract with to contruct a house with contructor C and B wants a particular Architect A to design the house, A is being benefitted by the contract of B and C even though it was not the intention to get into the contract. But A wll have no rights if B and C breaches contract or contract does not execute.

 
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