Procedure of mutual agreement In the event of difficulties or doubts between the parties as to the implementation or interpretation of this agreement, the parties endeavour to resolve the issue by mutual agreement. By definition, “one another” means that something is shared by two or more parties. A mutual agreement or contract involves two or more entities. Each party says it is prepared to take certain steps, or not to do so. The terms of the agreement are acceptable to both or all. In order to reach mutual agreement before the contract is concluded, the structure and requirements of the treaty will be clarified during contract negotiations. The final language of the treaty should reflect all agreements reached. Issues covered include jurisdiction and public authorities, applicable conditions and laws, technical and economic approaches, property rights, contractual financing, technical solution, global payments and prices. In the case of complex purchasing positions, contract negotiation can be an independent process with its own inputs (for example.
B a list of outings or “open item lists”) and his own achievements (for example. B documented decisions). For simple purchasing positions, contractual terms can be fixed and non-negotiable and must be accepted only by the selected supplier. As the materialistic perspective emphasizes concrete conditions, it tends to minimize the constitutive aspects of the law: the physical realities of organizational life should not depend on the presence or absence of legal descriptions – especially since economic actors can generally, by mutual agreement, indicate everything that is not yet defined by law. Nevertheless, in some of the writings of the transaction, at least embryonic, there are references to a materialistic approach to the constitutive law. Pylons (1990), for example, suggests that the fundamental distinction between markets and hierarchies lies in the “standard” rules that govern these two types of economic activity. While a carefully crafted network of contract contracts can theoretically achieve the same results as a corporate charter, the prefabricated presentation of business creation probably relieves the cognitive burden of building such a relationship. Given that human beings are entirely rational, it follows that many organizations would never see the light of day without this legal definition of support.