Contracts Under New Jersey Business Law
Under New Jersey business law, when two or more parties enter into a contract they are essentially writing their own law which will govern their relationship. A valid contract – one where each of the parties exchange value (“consideration”) and agree to the terms which will govern their relationship or transaction – will be enforced by courts. If there is a dispute, a court will make a decision which can be fully enforced.
The Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing