If either you or your business sue a party for breaching a contract with you, one of the first thing a court will try to determine (and an initial defense of your opponent's) might be that no legally enforceable contract was ever formed. This article explains the basic elements you need to have a legally enforceable contract, and explains how an experienced business lawyer can keep you from making the mistake of relying on a contract which ultimately has no teeth.
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Legally Enforceable Contracts & Breach of Contract Lawsuits