Innominate contract

Innominate agreement – this legal term finds application in the Law of Contracts. There it usually details an agreement which cannot be related to any particular group of contracts. In other words, its form and content has not been established in the local legislation.

Innominate contracts are example of the civil principle that the parties are free to conclude agreements (for example, the sale contract). In ancient Roman Empire, there used to be four types of innominate agreements:

– do ut des,

– do ut facias,

– facio ut des, and

– facio ut facias

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