The terms of the agreement reveal the intentions of two parties who enter into a contract. Conditions can be formalized in writing or set by a court in the event of an oral agreement. Without it, there is no contract. It is largely wrong to believe that a transaction must be made in writing for a transaction to be contractually valid. That is not the case. Indeed, most transactions for which a party can claim damages as a result of an infringement are oral agreements. Error – If both parties to an agreement have an error as to a fact essential to the agreement, the agreement is null and void. A misperception such as the value of the thing that is the subject of the agreement is not considered a mistake in fact. A unilateral error, that is, an error in the mind of a single party, does not affect the validity of the contract.1. For a legal consideration and purpose – the reflection or purpose is illegal, if (1) It is prohibited by law,2) If such a species, if it were allowed, it would not be the provisions of a law, (3) It is fraudulent,4 The court considers it immoral,(5) The court considers it to be contrary to public order. Any agreement whose consideration or purpose is illegal is void.1. not explicitly declared void. Agreements are extinguished when considerations and rebuttals are partly illegal.2.
An agreement without consideration is invalid, unless it is written and recorded, or is a promise to compensate for something done, or is a promise to pay a prescribed debt.3 Agreement on the withholding of marriage. Any agreement to restrict the marriage of a person other than that of a minor is invalid. It is the legal policy to prevent agreements that restrict the freedom of marriage. If a party is prevented from marrying, marrying or marrying for a specified period, or marrying a person or group of people, the agreement is null and void.4 Trade restrictions. Any agreement that prevents the exercise of a legitimate profession, trade or activity of any kind is, in this respect, non-sharp.5 Agreement on limiting judicial proceedings. Any agreement by which a party, by which it limits the rights of the contracting parties or with respect to a contract, is absolutely limited by the usual judicial proceedings or limits the time within which it can therefore assert its rights is, in this respect, not applicable.6.