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Is there anything specific that a contract has to say, for it to be legal?

Or can it just be a simple contract, with two parties signing it? Do you have to have a contract notarized? Or once the parties sign it, it's set in stone? How do they work?

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Any contract signed, witnessed and notarized is recognized as legal and binding. Without the notary, the contract, if ever disputed, is usually found to be "null and void".

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Anything you think is important, you will also need witnesses... Let it be simple - witnesses are more important!

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Witnessed, Notorized, and cannot obviously violate state or federal laws. All there is to it.

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