innominate contract

Definition of "innominate contract"
  1. A type of agreement within Louisiana's civil law context, not specifically categorized by its objective or purpose
How to use "innominate contract" in a sentence
  1. The parties agreed on the terms of their innominate contract since no particular objective was outlined.
  2. In Louisiana civil law, an innominate contract can provide more flexibility as its purpose isn't pre-identified.
  3. The innominate contract doesn't have a set purpose, making it adaptable to various situations.

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