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Establishment Of Contracts

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This chapter contains 32 articles on establishment of contracts. Some of the presented articles are: requisites and methods for the establishment of contracts, consequence of violating the requisite of the form of contracts, meaning of an offer, withdrawal of offer, form of acceptance, acceptance that substantially modifies the content of the offer and standard-form clause and non-standard-form clause. The contract is established when consent is manifested by both parties. Contracts may be concluded in written, oral or other forms, unless where the laws, administrative regulations or the parties require a contract to be concluded in a certain form.

Keywords: real contracts; standard-form clause



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