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Each type determines what each page is required to do. And some types of contracts are more enforceable than others. You and a few friends could make plans for brunch, which is a deal. But if you make your car to your friend until the 30. October for $10,000 and your friend buys the car as it is, it`s a contract. If your friends don`t show up for brunch, you can`t take legal action. If you give your friend the keys to your car and your friend refuses to pay you, you can take legal action. We may update these specific additional terms and conditions (1) to reflect changes to our services or the way we do business – for example, if we add new services, features, technologies, pricing or benefits (or remove old benefits), (2) for legal, regulatory or security reasons, or (3) to prevent abuse or damage. For example, a real estate lease is an execution contract because tenants agree to pay the rent until a specific date, and in exchange they get a place to live or do business. These types of contracts are also referred to as model contracts or boilerplate contracts, since the party with less bargaining power cannot normally negotiate or change the terms of the contract. .

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