Corporate law

Corporate law

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A valid contract must be possible to perform and is a written or verbal agreement that is enforceable by law. It is however advisable to conclude a written agreement between the parties.

An integral part of any successful business is the concluding of a contract for new business or the extension of existing business agreements.

A business contract between parties need to contain fundamental information in order for the parties to understand their obligations towards each other in terms of such an agreement. In the absence of such an agreement, there may be misperception by one or both parties as their obligations, as was agreed upon, towards each other.

Such a contract may also contain a restriction of trade if the one party to the agreement would perform in depth services under the contract and are exposed to trade secrets of the other party, for instance.

Contracts may be concluded for specific performance or obligations between the parties which will then expire once such performance or obligations are complied with. Other contracts may have a specific period connected to them or when a certain future event would present itself or occur.