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What is a contract?
A contract, simply, is a legally enforceable agreement between two or more parties to do something. To be legally enforceable, the contract must meet some basic elements: There must be a valid offer and an acceptance of that offer; a meeting of the minds of all parties; consideration for the offer (such as money or a promise to do, or not do, an action); each party must be of sound mind and legal age; and the terms and conditions of the contract must be legal (you cannot agree to commit a crime or anything else illegal).
Contracts can be confusing and not fully understanding the terms and conditions of contracts that you enter into can cost you. The cost can come not only in terms of money, but the time spent trying to correct the issue or problem. Sometimes, you enter into a contract in good faith and the other party breaches the terms of the contract and you must protect your interests. That often takes hiring an attorney who knows what to do and how to do it for you and is willing to back it up in court if necessary.
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