Compliance and satisfaction is an approach to contract law regarding the acquisition of a duty of guilty. This is one of the methods by which contracting parties can terminate their contract. Unlocking is complemented by the transfer of valuable counterparties that must not be the actual compliance of the commitment itself. [1] The agreement is the agreement to implement the commitment and satisfaction is the legal “reflection” that binds the parties to the agreement. A valid agreement does not alleviate the previous treaty; on the contrary, it suspends the right to apply it according to the terms of the contract, in which the satisfaction or execution of the contract will relieve the two contracts (the original and the agreement). If the creditor does not comply with the agreement, the debtor can invoke the existence of the agreement to bring legal action. The agreement is the agreement on the new terms of the contract, and satisfaction is compliance with these conditions in accordance with the agreement. If there is consistency and satisfaction and the performance (or satisfaction) has been executed, all previous claims regarding the case are extinguished. It is possible to reach an agreement and satisfaction in which the owner agrees to pay $3,000; he or she gets a discount on the price of the kitchen in exchange for a dirty kitchen, and renounces his right to sue. The contractor pays 5,000 $US to avoid being sued by the owner of the house, and gives him the right to sue for the entirety of $8,000. Both sides are giving up something to limit their liability downwards. An agreement and satisfaction is a legal contract by which two parties agree to fulfill a right to a contract or other liability for an amount based on conditions different from the original amount of the contract or claim.

Compliance and satisfaction are also used to settle rights before they are brought to justice. An agreement and satisfaction can be used as a form of compromise that benefits both parties if, for whatever reason, the original terms of the contract cannot be met. When an agreement and satisfaction are obtained to settle a debt, the creditor always receives a certain payment of the debt, while the debtor benefits from not being fully obliged. Agreement and satisfaction are the payment of unseated debt. For example, a contractor is responsible for building a garage for an owner for 35,000 $US. The contract required $17,500 prior to construction, us$10,000 in various construction phases and a final payment of $7,500 at completion. Once completed, the owner of the house complained of a lower quality of work and refused to make the final payment. After a mutual agreement, the owner accepted $4000 as a full payment.

A new contract was created through offer, acceptance and consideration. The idea is that for a saving of $3,500, the owner abandons what is rightfully his, a well-built garage. The owner gives up his right at full price to avoid the suit for a lower performance. If the agreement and satisfaction have arrived, the owner has waived his right to bring a lower-quality action, and the owner has waived his right to sue for the full $7,500, which is due under the original contract.

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