illusory contract

Definition of "illusory contract"
  1. A contract wherein one participant offers a promise that is deceiving or not real
How to use "illusory contract" in a sentence
  1. The business was accused of making an illusory contract by promising services they had no intention of delivering.
  2. The contract was labeled as illusory as it lacked a concrete agreement and seemed misleading.
  3. The court had to determine whether the agreement was an illusory contract due to the indefinite nature of the obligations.

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