Instructions: For response 1 respond thoughtfully. Just saying “I disagree” does not constitute a thoughtful response. They need to be substantive to promote further discussion, new ideas, or questions and are approximately 150-200 words (1 paragraph) in length.
Is it fair for a court to hold that parties are bound in contract even though one of the parties claims that he/she did not intend to form a contract? Generally, should the courts give more weight to subjective intent in determining whether a contract has been formed? Why or why not.
1. In my opinion it is fair to have the court involved in contracts to execute the terms stated on it. Also, to protect the interest of both parties and to avoid illegal enrichment at the expenses of the other party. Sometimes one of the parties gets advantage of the verbal deal and abuses the good faith of the counterpart. If no contract is in effect, thereâ€™s no equality and the court may not execute it. The courts can enforce the agreements and order the parties to comply with the terms specified. However, if a person in under the influence of alcohol or drugs or has been assigned a tutor; any contract formed between them and any other party should be considered void.