gratuitous promise


  • Contract Law

Definitions of gratuitous promise

  • a promise that cannot be enforced as a contract because there has been no exchange of consideration (=the promise of payment or of something of value made in exchange for performance of a contract)

    This was simply a gratuitous promise, unenforceable in law.

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