NAPM InfoEdge
March 1997, Vol. 2 No. 7

The Basics of Contract Writing Members Only Content

Business can be conducted successfully only upon the certainty that promises will be fulfilled. Unfortunately, promises based solely on personal honesty are not always sufficient. Such promises do not have the reliability which is essential to business. Contracting — and the law that stands behind contracts — assures the parties to an agreement that the promises they make will be enforceable.

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