Unilateral Contract

  • (noun): A one-sided agreement whereby you promise to do (or refrain from doing) something in return for a performance (not a promise).

Some articles on unilateral contract, contract, unilateral:

Daulia Ltd V Four Millbank Nominees Ltd - Judgment
... They held there was a unilateral contract for disposition of land, and therefore it could not be effective because it did not comply with s.40(1) ... act of part performance, which could lead to a binding contract ... Was there a concluded unilateral contract by the first defendants to enter into a contract for sale on the agreed terms? The concept of a unilateral or "if ...

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