Another recent decision of the Supreme Court addresses two key points. The first is the need to have agreed contract terms, before work starts under a contract and the second that, where a letter of intent is signed and work starts due to it, that a contract must be finalized as soon as possible after that. In this case, the parties entered into a contract formed by a letter of intent. When the letter of intent expired the work continued on, before the terms of the detailed written contract had been finalized.
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