definition of condition concurrent:
the timing requirement defined by the terms of a contract that requires two events to occur simultaneously.
condition concurrent, as it might be used:
The medical group contended that the contractual inhibition on the private practice of medicine is as a condition precedent or condition concurrent upon the right of the physician employee to receive his salary.
condition concurrent, in an example:
Fiona and Fergus have agreed that so long as Fergus does not spend his Sunday's watching football on the television, she will continue to do his laundry. This is a condition concurrent.