Valid Contract


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Valid Contract

A contract that conforms to the law of the jurisdiction in which it is entered. In the event of a dispute, a court will enforce a valid contract.
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Finally, De Wet was the first author to elevate possibility and certainty of performance to prominence as separate requirements for a valid contract.
Acceptance of an offer gives rise to an agreement which is enforceable in law as a valid contract.
I think this shows the city why it is important to have a valid contract in effect rather than forcing one on its workers,'' Aquino said.
The airport operator reportedly has a valid contract, which has been signed, and is waiting for a decision to be made by the country's competition authority.
The Fairfax VA Circuit Court initially issued a preliminary injunction, and after a trial, found that a valid contract existed between the parties.
Davidson could see his big break coming when Williams and BAR went to court over who held a valid contract for the driver.
Secondly, pursuant to Section 207, a federal court may entertain a suit like this one to confirm a past foreign arbitration award based on a valid contract to arbitrate.
You would have to satisfy the sheriff there was a valid contract and it had been agreed you would pay the deposit on his behalf.
19 that although recruiters did make the promise, it was not a valid contract because the promise was not backed by law.
Many states permit such charges if they are imposed under a valid contract, are uniformly enforced, and in most states that have adopted the 1995 Uniform Act, are not "unconscionable" in amount.
Missouri uses the traditional elements of offer, acceptance, and consideration to determine whether a valid contract has been formed.