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For a contract to be valid in the state of Florida, three elements have to be present in the contract:

1). There must be a valid contract.

2). There must be a breach of that contract.

3). There must be material damages caused by that breach.

Further complicating contracts is the fact that a contract must contain four elements:

1). A mutual understanding of what is being undertaken by contract.

2). An offer.

3). Acceptance of the contract.

4). And consideration –  a legal term describing something of value being given in exchange for some sort of performance outlined in the contract.

Contracts are not instruments to be taken lightly and best written by your Orlando Breach of Contract Lawyer, Attorney Steen J. Brown of Brown Law, P.L.