Contract law is a specific branch of civil law, that regulates the negotiation and drafting of the same to its clauses, contents and any responsibilities, and the creation of a fair remedy in case of violation.
A contract can be defined as a private act that two or more people perform and from which derive rights and duties for them. Using the words of the same civil code, it can be understood as the act by which “one or more subjects undertake to be obliged, towards another or others, to give something or provide a service”.
Contracts are an essential part of daily life and are more present in everyday life than they seem. Thinking about it there are many simple customs and routines, such as having a coffee in a cafe or using public transportation, which involve the conclusion of a contract.