Hi, I want so sell a phone to my friend for £330 and no refunds after the sale so could someone write me out a contract? So basically I'm going to sell him a phone for £330 I want no refunds or returns and any problem with the phone should be soleley dealt by him


    Just write what you have in your question. Your terms. Then you both sign it.

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    Literally I'm clueless I'd rather you write it out and should I type it up on the computer or hand write it?

    "sold as seen" is the term your looking for. Both sign it. Done.

    Member for 20mins and not even a 'please'...

    A private sale between two people doesn't require a contract, its sold as seen

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    Coxy82 FYI I've been a member for a year type my username without the 2 and you will know

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    Jb66 but he may ask for a refund and I don't trust him in that sense


    Some friend you are

    Here, give me £330 and don't bother me again

    In common law legal systems, a contract (or informally known as an agreement in some jurisdictions) is an agreement having a lawful object entered into voluntarily by two or more parties, each of whom intends to create one or more legal obligations between them. The elements of a contract are "offer" and "acceptance" by "competent persons" having legal capacity who exchange "consideration" to create "mutuality of obligation."[1]

    Proof of some or all of these elements may be done in writing, though contracts may be made entirely orally or by conduct. The remedy for breach of contract can be "damages" in the form of compensation of money or specific performance enforced through an injunction. Both of these remedies award the party at loss the "benefit of the bargain" or expectation damages, which are greater than mere reliance damages, as in promissory estoppel. The parties may be natural persons or juristic persons. A contract is a legally enforceable promise or undertaking that something will or will not occur. The word promise can be used as a legal synonym for contract,[2] although care is required as a promise may not have the full standing of a contract, as when it is an agreement without consideration.

    No refunds ever.


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    Signed Signed

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    Literally I need a paper agreement could someone write one for me


    I can lend you a pen?

    Yeah, give him a receipt detailing the phone, and the IMEA number (or serial number) and write on it "sold as seen". You sign in. You don't need a copy, but you might want one if you're worried he might attempt to change it or forge something else. In that case, get him to also sign it.

    He will have no comeback without proof you sold it to him, and that proof also contains the conditions of the sale ("as seen").

    So.. "Received with thanks £330 cash from [his name] for the purchase of xx phone, serial/imea number xx. Sold as seen. date/signed/your name".

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    @ allowed could you write me an agreement stating no refunds all problems with the phone dealt solely by buyer sold as seen use names Jon mas (seller) Mohammed aza (buyer)

    If there is a problem, are you willing for them to be an ex-friend and hammer frozen sausages into your lawn?

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    @ Tony68k also could u edit basically all problems with phone to be dealt by buyer or is that included? Also is there a legal age when a signature is valid ? Also do I hand write it or type it? I will give u best answer if u do it


    Coxy82 FYI I've been a member for a year type my username without the 2 … Coxy82 FYI I've been a member for a year type my username without the 2 and you will know

    Er, you haven't been a member for a year. Why do you have two accounts?

    If you try the magic word and stop badgering people who have already given you all you need to know maybe someone will hold your hand.

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    Should I hand write it or type it?

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