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Binding force of a contract
Thread poster: shabda

shabda  Identity Verified
Bulgaria
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Mar 2, 2002

Hi!

I have recently got Bachelor\'s degree in Applied Linguistics.Please,can someone tell me what makes a contract valid? I presume this is the signatures and the seals of the sides, i.e. do I need to have a seal made?

Thank you


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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That depends on your country of residence... Mar 3, 2002

...I would suppose. I\'m not a lawyer, but I would definitely assume that different concepts exist regarding the validity of contracts, the necessity of a seal etc.



I guess it would be helpful if you could give some more information, particularly on where you are, where your (potential) customers are, etc.



Better still: include more info in your profile!


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shabda  Identity Verified
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Thank you Mar 4, 2002

Thank you, Ralf! I live in Bulgaria, my prospective customers will be mostly Bulgarian nationals.

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