What is a Reasonable Provision in the Contract?
- Buying an apartment in Israel
- The Sales Contract
The court takes the meaning of the contract very seriously.
Claims such as ‘I did not intend to enforce or keep to this or that section’ will not be accepted in court.
Sometimes, it seems that a court takes the parties who sign the contract more seriously and respectfully than the parties to the contract treat themselves.
As long as the contract provisions are reasonable, the court will take them very seriously.
For a provision to be considered reasonable after the contract, it doesn’t need to be exceptionally perfect, and the choice of clauses will withstand every test, ranking according to their importance.
Contracting parties do not necessarily engage in a deep, thorough, and extensive examination of the plethora of options available to them while choosing the ultimate choice.
Therefore, one should not carefully analyze the rationality of the contract, which comes after the fact. As long as the contract’s provisions meet the criteria of the law, the contract is valid and exists and will be treated as such.
The above applies to the irreparable cynics and optimists among us, in fact to anyone who connects to the phrase ‘it will be all right.’