Legally binding

Legally binding,

Definition of Legally binding:

  1. A general legal term that indicates that the agreement was intended and that certain actions are now necessary or prohibited. For example, an apartment rental agreement is legally binding because the landlord and tenant agree on a number of conditions when signing the document. Landlords usually promise to make the apartment available for a certain period of time under certain conditions, and tenants generally promise to pay the rent in this agreement and to avoid certain destructive behaviors. Another requirement to consider legally binding an agreement or agreement is that both parties should consciously understand what they are agreeing to. If someone is forced, misled or forced into a contract, it is not generally considered legal.

Meaning of Legally binding & Legally binding Definition