Hello, I signed a contract stating that I cannot take annual leave in certain months of the year. My position in the company changed and I got another contract. I have not yet signed the new contract. Does the clause apply when I can/can`t I take any steps as I did in the first contract? Is a contract valid if the identification data of one of the parties is false? My friend and I had an internet contract (in his name with his passport number), and they say we owe them money because we never terminated it; However, when we called to terminate it, they could not find any information about the contract in their system (it was a 12-month contract, so we assumed it had expired after 12 months, especially since they no longer had the information in the system). But now that they are trying to ask for more money, we discovered, through the collection company, that they had the wrong passport number in the contract, which is why they couldn`t find the information when we called. That is why we wonder if they have a legal leg on which they can stand because the treaty`s identifying information is false. To be clear, the reason we could not terminate the contract was that they brought the false information to the contract and therefore could not find the information in their system to terminate it when we gave the correct credentials to their management. Thank you for all the help you can give us! Offers are rarely accepted immediately and further discussions or changes may be necessary. If the offer does not have an acceptance period, it may remain open. It is a good practice to include an expiry date to ensure that you have room to manoeuvre if you want to change the terms and conditions or revoke the offer before a specific date. Although it is not always necessary to sign a contract to conclude a legal agreement, obtaining a contract for all parties involved is good practice.
A signature legally binds the signatory by showing that he accepts the terms and that he willingly accepts the agreement. This contract requirement relates to the intent of each party. Often, friends and family members will come to a casual agreement, but they never intend to be legally binding, that is, they have no intention of suing the other if someone does not do what they said. This type of agreement is not a valid contract because there is no legal intent. A cancelled contract is a valid contract that commits only one party; the other party may choose to reject it or accept it. There are certain contracts that must be written, including the sale of real estate or a lease for more than 12 months. The parties must exchange some value for the binding nature of a contract. This is called reflection. The reflection should not be reasonable or for the benefit of the other person, it must suffice (z.B. if someone offers to sell his house for nothing, there is no quid pro quo; but if they offer to sell it for $1, then there is a valid consideration).