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Legal Elements of a Contract

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There are three factors necessary to create a contract: 1) an offer, 2) acceptance, and 3) consideration. One party makes an offer, the second party must accept the offer and there must be consideration exchanged. Consideration has to be something of value. All of these factors must be met for the contract to be enforceable.

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