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Unilateral act

15 January, 2016 - 09:11

A unilateral act refers to an act that can be established by the expression of intent of a single party, without the assent of the other party, or without the existence of a counterpart. A contract is typically a bilateral act, which can only be established with the assent of two parties. We will discuss this further under ‘Advertisements of rewards’ below.