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Contracts are easy to understand.

Every contract is a promise for a promise.

The exchange of promises creates a contract.

Some are enforceable in court. Some are not.

Each party to a contract makes a promise to the other party who makes another promise in return. For example, I promise to mow your lawn every Tuesday in exchange for your promise to pay me $15 each time I show up and do a good job.

However, if I promise to mow your lawn every Tuesday, but you promise nothing in return, we don't have a contract, and I can't win a breach of contract case against you in court.

All explained in this class.

Here is contract law you can know and use in and out of court.

Know how to put your exchange of promises in writing!

Know what every contract should say at the very beginning.

Know what contracts are enforceable without a signed writing?

Know what contracts require a writing signed by both parties?

Know how to get paid for work you do for someone who, when you ask to be paid, tells you to "Go pound sand!"

Know how to avoid being cheated by crooked dealers.

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