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We know that a contract consists of offer, acceptance, and

Question : We know that a contract consists of offer, acceptance, and : 7140

We know that a contract consists of offer, acceptance, and legal consideration. However, are each of those steps enforceable? If so, what happens if a party breaches a contract? In addition, can offers and acceptance be withdrawn? How? If those elements are not withdrawn, and the contract becomes enforceable, what are the available remedies for the non-breaching party? What is the maximum recovery amount in a legal remedy? Please discuss.

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