When a contract is formed there are certain key requirements to ensure that you have a legally enforceable document. Why is it important to have these defined and give an example where you have seen them used to declare a contract void?

When a contract is formed there are certain key requirements to
ensure that you have a legally enforceable document. Why is it
important to have these defined and give an example where you
have seen them used to declare a contract void?

 

Solution

While forming a contract it is very important ot state everything clearly and it must also have surity signatures to guarantee the people entering the contract. Proper seal and stamping must be done and the absense of any of these

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