A contractual agreement is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties, where each party agrees to do or refrain from doing certain specified actions. The terms and conditions of the contract outline the obligations and responsibilities of each party, as well as the consequences for failing to meet them. In order for a contractual agreement to be legally enforceable, it must meet certain requirements, such as having mutual agreement, consideration, and the capacity to enter into the agreement. Contractual agreements are common in a variety of industries, such as real estate, employment, and business transactions. They provide clarity and security for all parties involved and ensure that each party fulfills their obligations under the agreed-upon terms.
Loan Agreement/Security Agreement.
Joint Venture Agreement.
Sale and Purchase Agreement.
Intellectual Property Licensing Agreement.
Real estate Contract.
Employee Service Agreement.
Confidential Information Agreement.
Business Services Agreement.
Hire Purchase Agreement.
Simple compromise Agreement.
Postnuptial agreement & Prenuptial Agreement.
Leave and License Agreement.