If the money is defined as a loan from the parents, then the court must decide whether the loan can be repaid in law, looking at whether the loan can be repaid in the foreseeable future. If the loan is not guaranteed, the court has the power to withdraw the loan from the asset pool or not. If credit conditions are vague or uncertain, the court is less likely to impose the loan. The proof of the loan determines the processing of the loan. If there is oral or written evidence of the loan and the parties have complied with the terms of the loan through measures such as repayments, the court can probably maintain the existence of a loan. However, if there is little or no evidence to support the assertion that it was a loan and that there was no repayment, the court would be less likely to maintain the existence of the loan. A “contract” is only an unusual name for an oral or written agreement that meets certain criteria and thus makes them enforceable by law. These criteria are as follows: if a verbal agreement is the subject of legal proceedings, it is unlikely that a court will maintain that agreement if the essential elements are not met. While it may seem obvious that these elements are sufficiently safe, the real problem is overcoming the burden of proof. When a person alleges the existence of an oral contract, that party has the task of proving the allegation to the satisfaction of the Tribunal. This can be incredibly difficult if the only record is something along the lines of the phone call and/or the call notes. It is not uncommon for an oral agreement to be made hastily or without all the details properly sorted. This is a problem when one considers that an oral agreement with the same force as a written agreement can be legally binding.
There are limited circumstances in which consumers can terminate an agreement without penalty. In other words, the agreement must be “complete.” All terms of the agreement must be decided and agreed upon by the parties. In some companies or professions, agreements are often concluded on the basis of oral discussions and/or e-mail correspondence (or may be part of oral and sometimes written communications). For example, orders and purchase or sale instructions for stockbrokers. While there is no need to collect interest on the borrower, it is an opportunity for the lender to earn money with the loan and to provide the lender with compensation for the risk associated with the granting of loans to a third party.