9) Hyperonymous – In an agreement, no need for consideration, abrangendo, therefore, or próprio termo contract e, assim, allows a greater rapprochement with or without a legal system. Hello, thank you for the trouble of writing so clearly. I have my doubts. Is the difference between the agreement and the treaty in the Spanish legal order whether or not there is an economic counterpart? Thank you In this regard, the following sentence may be illustrative: we have reached an agreement and we are now going to enter into a treaty. (We have reached an agreement and will now formalize a treaty.) The term deed, which dictionaries usually translate as “writing,” has something to do with the terms we just saw, but it has a different structure. Moreover, it is not a question of a bilateral or multilateral agreement such as a treaty, but of materializing itself into a single expression of will. However, this is only a conceptual differentiation. In practice, it is very common to find the term agreement used for the treaty and the document in which it is often reflected, more often than the term contract itself. If you want to know more about the things that distinguish our contract law from the Anglo-Saxon treaties, we advise you to read this entry: 3 keys to understanding the contract. He adds in the quote: “The term `agreement`, although it is often used as a synonym for the word `contract`, is really the expression of more meaning and less technique. Each contract is an agreement; But not all agreements are a contract.
In the colloquium, the term “agreement” would encompass all agreements between two or more persons aimed at affecting their relationship (legal or otherwise). One of the words in legal English, often a source of confusion and big problems for interpreters and translators, is “agreement” because of its different meanings, depending on the context in which it appears. Black`s Law Dictionary offers two acceptances: 6) Contract – A definição apresentada por Blum (2004) acima e, mais restrita que a de contrato adotada no Brasil. . . .