A contract is an agreement that can be enforced in a court and this concept forms a fundamental part of Australian law. In many cases, a mere promise can be binding under the law, especially under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. For an agreement to be binding as a contract, there must be:

  • clarity on who is party to the contract
  • an intention create legal relations
  • one party accepts an offer made by another party
  • each party must receive and give as a result of the agreement
  • the agreement must be clear in stating what is expected of each party

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