Nominal Consideration

Nominal Consideration

Definition

Consideration offered by one party to an agreement which has very little or virtually no value, particularly in relation to the consideration offered by the other party to an agreement. Nominal consideration may sometimes be found to support the existence of an enforceable contract, provided the consideration is still “sufficient” based on the terms and circumstances of the contract.

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