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Some things are not suited to encoding as a contract, and call for an unenforceable "gentleman's agreement". The obligations and benefits of friendship would be a good example. There are contexts where a vague term enters into a contract, for example "professionalism". The solution is not to try to define what "professionalism" is, but who gets to decide ...


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It's a contract, vagueness is not something you want (from a legal perspective). If you want somebody to be "reasonably kind" you need to spell out what that means so that there is no question when it comes to breaking the contract. For example, your contract should state something like: I (Seph Reed, herein "me") will be John Doe's friend and provide ...


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