This means that, with regard to their rights and obligations in this area with regard to the execution of promises made in the past or in the future, the Contracting Parties must agree in the same way as provided. A contract is in principle concluded when an offer is accepted. It is therefore important that the offer is clear, final and final when it is communicated to the supplier. As soon as the initial proposal is adopted, it will become an agreement. The agreement must be consensual on both sides and both parties must approve all facets of the agreement. There are important things that must be taken into consideration when it comes to offers and acceptance: the terms of the contract cannot require impossible action and both parties must accept the terms. To be a legal contract, an agreement must have all five of the following characteristics: Jamal…