A concept of English common law, the consideration is necessary for simple contracts, but not for specific contracts (contracts by act). The court in Currie v Misa  stated that consideration was a “right, interest, profit, advantage or indulgence, inconvenience, loss, liability”. Thus, consideration is a promise of something of value given by a promiser in exchange for something of value that is made by a promise; and typically, the question of value is the commodity, money or an action. The indulgence to act, such as an adult who promises not to smoke, is enforceable only if one thus renounces a legal right.    TIPP: You should be aware that the majority of contracts concluded will have an impact on the Goods and Services Tax (GST). In essence, contracts are relationships. Two parties agree to cooperate and establish a bond which, if well and advantageously encouraged by both sides, can take years. A contract is the visual representation of this relationship. If employees don`t have a legal history, it`s likely that they often don`t think about compliance. If a process is put in place for contracts or, better yet, a contract management platform, employees can remember that they need to establish a contract that must be approved by Legal or another party. There is a view that, once signed, a contract should be drawn at random so that it will never be looked at again.
However, the best performing contracts often act as a vivid and breathable expression of the obligations and obligations between the parties and are subject to ongoing review and management to respond to changes that occur during the term of the contract. Contract theory is the body of legal theory that deals with normative and conceptual issues in contract law. One of the most important questions in contract theory is why contracts are applied. An important answer to this question focuses on the economic benefits of applying good deals. Another approach, associated with Charles Fried, asserts that the purpose of contract law is to enforce promises. This theory is developed in Fried`s book Contract as Promise. Other approaches to treaty theory are found in the writings of jurists and critical scientists. In the United States, an unusual type of unenforceable contract is a personal employment contract to work as a spy or secret agent. This is due to the fact that the secrecy of the contract itself is a condition of the contract (in order to preserve a plausible negation). If the spy then sues the government over issues such as salary or social benefits, the spy has breached the contract by revealing its existence. It is therefore unenforceable for this reason, as is public policy of maintaining national security (since an angry agent could attempt to reveal all the secrets of the government during his pursuit).  Other types of non-binding employment contracts include contracts that commit to working for less than the minimum wage and the loss of workers` right to compensation in cases where work compensation is due.
As stated in the first article of this series, a contract may be concluded orally without anything having to be drawn up in writing or signed by the parties. However, the purpose of a written contract is to give certainty of what has been agreed and the process of writing and negotiating the contract can be invaluable in identifying the motivations and requirements of each party. Trade agreements assume that the parties intend to be legally bound, unless the parties explicitly state otherwise, as in a heads of agreement document. For example, in Rose & Frank Co v. JR Crompton & Bros Ltd, an agreement between two commercial parties was not obtained because an “honour clause” in the document says, “This is not a commercial or legal agreement, but only a declaration of the parties` intention.” Each country recognised by national law has its own national legal system governing contracts. . . .