A contract can be completed and can be valid when all the essential requisites of a contract have been fulfilled. Even if it was made to appear like a contract but if it not completed and there are missing parts then it cannot be made into a valid one. That is why if you will make a contract on your own without the help of a lawyer then you should know the standard and qualifications for a valid contract. Here are the ten mistakes to avoid.
A contract could be written or oral so make sure that you will avoid the ones that are enumerated above so that you are sure to have made a valid contract. The mistake could be on the part of only one party or for both of the party. In other terms, it could be a mutual mistake or unilateral mistake. Also even if you made a contract but there is no agreement that was reached it cannot be a valid one. More are in the infographics.
So that you will not make many mistakes the points to make a successful contract is written in the bottom part of the infographic. There are ten points written that you should consider and that includes offer and acceptance. Even if offered is made but acceptance is lacking then the contract is void and not valid or perfected. There should be also a free consent because a forced agreement makes the contract invalid. You may read all in the infographic.