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Making a Contract

For an arrangement to be a contract it must have three identifiable features:

  • an agreement between the parties to do or to refrain from doing certain things
  • an intention to make the agreement legally binding
  • an exchange of value, known as consideration.
Making a Contract  :  Last Revised: Wed Apr 16th 2008
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