Continuing Contract Law and Legal Definition
Continuing contract is a contract calling for periodic performances. Under such a contract, performance is in several units over a period of time. It is an executory, as distinguished from an executed contract.
The following is an example of a state law (Florida) defining the term:
According to Fla. Stat. § 443.091, "Continuing contract" means a written agreement that is automatically renewed until terminated by one of the parties to the contract.