illusory promise

Definition of "illusory promise"
  1. An unclear or discretionary pledge that does not create enforceable contracts as it isn't legally binding
How to use "illusory promise" in a sentence
  1. Their agreement was invalid due to the presence of an illusory promise.
  2. An illusory promise led to the dissolution of their business partnership.
  3. The contract was deemed unenforceable due to an illusory promise within its terms.

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