Definition of Bilateral Contracts

Bilateral contracts are the contracts between the two parties. In this contract, both parties share promises. Bilateral contracts are the agreements which are binding in the court.

Business and other large agreements lie in the category of bilateral contracts. These contracts are done between two parties or groups. In these contracts, both the parties are bound on their promises as held in consideration before the court rulings.


It is a promise being done to between two parties to enforce it later and to make it binding upon each other.

A legally binding contract has, ‘agreement’, ‘consideration’, ‘intention to create legal relations and certainty that the said contract would be certain.

Both parties must understand that the contract made is always enforceable by law.


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