Contracts: formation

A review of the legal concepts involved in the formation of binding contracts. The note also covers some common contract formation problems, for example, the legal position when parties start to perform a contract before the final terms are agreed, whether documents such as comfort letters and memoranda of understanding create an enforceable contract, and when a contract can be formed by email or via a website.

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