Are Emails Legally Binding?

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Yes, emails are a legal binding. Binding agreements are made in cyberspace and have well-recognized status in many jurisdictions as legitimate contracts.
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A simple email can not be considered a legal and binding contract unless the email was constructed to be that and signed by both parties. Most courts will not accept an agreement
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