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BANGKOK 22 January 2019 05:34

mgthom63

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  1. HE has limited legal knowledge and is confused? I hope to God you're not licensed to practice law! An 'agreement' CAN most certainly constitute a legally binding contract, if it includes the requisite elements such as lawful offer, acceptance and consideration, etc. Some 'interesting' language also about 'the proper way' to make a contract and the 'difference' between the two...care to share where these nuggets came from? In short - you are naive about contract law and should do a bit more googling before 'helping' others
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