A countervailable contract is an agreement that is not applicable for a number of reasons, for example. B when an important fact is not disclosed or signed under duress. For example, if you enter into a contract to purchase a home, but the seller does not inform you that there is a pest infestation in the attic, you have entered into a countervailable contract. Electronic contracts will continue to grow. The future of electronic contracts is that of smart contracts – self-executive contracts in which the terms of the agreement are written directly in lines of code. Drafting a contract is only the first step towards concluding a legally binding agreement with another party. It is very easy to send a contract to someone and drop them through the cracks.
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