contract under seal

Definition of "contract under seal"
  1. This is a type of agreement that is legally enforceable without the need for an exchange of value or advantage between the parties, as long as it includes a seal, demonstrates a clear intent to establish such a contract, and is physically handed over by the party creating it
How to use "contract under seal" in a sentence
  1. The company agreed to the contract under seal with the subcontractor.
  2. The terms outlined in the contract under seal were clear with an intentional agreement between the two parties.
  3. Despite the lack of consideration, the contract under seal was legally binding as it was sealed and delivered properly.

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