Each individual commercial transaction is in fact a contract between the seller and the buyer and minus a handwriting expressing the terms, it is an oral contract with all the problems related to the evidence and costs that oral contracts necessarily entail. (See article on the site regarding binding contracts and infringement-based lawsuits.) To simplify, it will be a question of veracity that the judge or jury believes in every dispute over the terms of the agreement, and such uncertainty is exactly what companies should avoid. You should stop relying on informal and oral agreements. In countries where commercial transactions have particular legal consequences, it is necessary to develop a precise definition of what a commercial transaction is. Although these definitions are more or less closely linked, they are country-specific. Most of them, which are usually found at the beginning of a specific “commercial code,” combine two elements: the definitions of a “trader” and a “commercial enterprise.” In some countries – for example, .B Germany – the emphasis is on the definition of the trader; In other countries, such as France, the emphasis is on the act of trade. The latter criterion, called an objective test, was adopted in the 19th century for ideological reasons, as the French wanted to avoid any repetition of the pre-revolutionary differentiation of legislation according to the social situation of people. Regardless of the test, however, the results are quite similar, as the different definitions are that a transaction is “commercial” when it is concluded by a trader in the course of his profession. Trade law therefore covers a wide range of commercial activities. However, it does not regulate essentially non-commercial relationships such as hereditary and family relationships. Historically, the country was so important that it was not often established and was therefore excluded from the category of commercial transactions. As a “business member of deal makers and risk takers,” business transactions are at the heart of our business. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with pragmatic and informative advice that not only addresses the risks customers take with deals, but also helps them discover hidden value.