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  1. To have a completely enforceable agreement, the parties must be able to contract for themselves rather than being forced to use parents or legal representatives.

  2. There must be a serious, definite offer to contract. The terms of the offer must be accepted by the party whom it was communicated.

2 True/False questions

  1. genuine assent
    The agreement must involve both sides receiving something of legal value as a result of the transaction.

          

  2. legality
    To have a completely enforceable agreement, the parties must be able to contract for themselves rather than being forced to use parents or legal representatives.