Civil Code Article 153June 19, 2019

When the parties have reciprocally declared their concordant intent, either expressly or impliedly, a contract shall be constituted. "If the parties agree on all the essential elements of the contract but have expressed no intent as to the non-essential elements, the contract shall be presumed to be constituted. In the absence of an agreement on the above-mentioned non-essential elements, the court shall decide them according to the nature of the affair.

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