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What is a contract?
For a binding contract to exist in law, there must be an offer by one party, and acceptance by the other including agreement that some benefit ("consideration") has to pass between them. The terms of the contract are as stated, however some terms can be “implied”, which means even if they are not expressly stated in the contract they can still be applied. One example of this would be that products and goods are fit for purpose and are sold free of faults.
Every contract is different, some will be very formal with volumes of “small print”, others will be unwritten and others will be the result of long-standing and informal business dealings.