gratuitous contract

Definition of "gratuitous contract"
  1. A type of agreement, observed in Louisiana's civil law, where one party makes a promise without expecting anything in return
How to use "gratuitous contract" in a sentence
  1. The man offered to paint his neighbor's house as part of a gratuitous contract, expecting nothing in return.
  2. In a gratuitous contract, one party might offer services or goods without expecting compensation or benefits.
  3. A gratuitous contract could involve a person offering to maintain a public park without seeking any form of payment.

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