A contract is a particular type of agreement that satisfies certain requirements to create legally binding obligations between the parties that may be imposed by a court. Agreements are drawn up on the basis of the personal understanding of the parties concerned. The agreement is reached on the confidence that each party will keep its promise. Agreements are usually made between close friends or family members. At the beginning of this article, a question is asked, the answer to which is here, that is, only legally enforceable agreements are concluded, which means that they must have a counterpart, a legitimate object, release the parties from their consent, they are compatible with the treaty and the agreement is not annulled. If one of the aforementioned conditions is not met, the contract will no longer become a contract. Therefore, it can be said that not all agreements are contracts. JotForm offers prefabricated contract projects and contract drafts that make it easier than ever to design important documents. To be precise, a legally enforceable agreement to act or not to act is called a contract. A contract must contain these elements: offer and acceptance, reasonable and unconditional consideration, free consent, capacity, legitimate purpose, security, intention to create legal obligations, and the contract should not be cancelled. The main advantage of contracts is that they define the specific conditions on which the parties have agreed and, in the event of an offence, if one or more parties do not comply with their obligations, they serve as a guide for a court to determine the right of recourse for the victim or victim.
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