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WHAT IS CONSIDERED A CONTRACT: Offer and Acceptance

According to law, a contract is a legally recognized agreement enforceable in court and/or by binding arbitration. In other words, it is a deal comprised of promises with a solution for resolving any breach. If an offer capable of immediate acceptance is reciprocated with an exactly similar acceptance, it is generally agreed that an agreement has been reached. It follows from the above that the sides (could be more

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