As a result of this research, we can conclude that contract law is a voluntary civil obligation. Without being voluntary or on its own, a contract cannot be valid There are certain factors that limit the right of contracts to voluntary commitment, the main factor I have found is exempt from consent that limits contract law to voluntary civil obligations. 13. (pg-72) “A contract is an agreement, the obligations that are imposed or recognized by law are “a voluntary commitment arising from a common intention arising from an offer and acceptance.” The distinguishing factor between contractual obligations and other legal obligations is that they are based on the agreement of the parties. Not all agreements are contracts. It is only when an agreement creates an obligation that it can be called a contract. Therefore, a contract is a valid agreement to manifest a civil law obligation. The treaty is one of the causes of the obligations. And as soon as a civil obligation is established, it is enforceable in court.

The contractual obligation is therefore voluntary because contracts are (among other things) promises. Making a contractual obligation (if not always) is generally a promise and, since the concept of commitment already involves making a voluntary commitment, the contractual obligation is voluntary, simply because it is an obligation to change sola. · Certainty: the agreement should not be vague. It must be possible to determine the importance of the agreement, otherwise it will not be possible to implement it. There are a number of elements of the treaty that, in particular, have voluntary civil obligations at a standstill. These include: the capacity of the contracting parties: the parties to an agreement must be legally able to reach an agreement; Otherwise, it cannot be enforced by a court. Lack of capacity arises from minority, madness, idiocy, drunkenness and other similar factors. If one of the parties suffers from such a disability, the agreement is not legally applicable, except in certain specific cases.

Difference between voluntary and non-voluntary civil commitment Any obligation does not constitute a contract – any non-contractual obligation is not a contract. Only commitments arising from an agreement are the result of a contract, for example helping elderly parents is the duty of each young person. This obligation was not created by an agreement, so this obligation is not a result of the contract. Contract law is neither the entire law of agreements nor the entire law of obligations. It is the law of these agreements that create obligations and obligations that are consistent with their source. 1. intention to create legal relations: there must be the intention (between the parties) that the agreement will lead to legal relations or create legal ties. An agreement to eat in a friend`s house is not an agreement to create legal relationships and it is not a contract. However, a purchase and sale agreement or marriage agreement are agreements designed to establish a certain legal link and are therefore contracts, provided that the other essential elements are in place.