A clear explicit statement, which excludes legal will, can be considered effective in two situations: there is no presumption in the case of social agreements and the case is decided exclusively on the merits. We make deals more often than we think, especially with friends or family. Most of the time, we are not aware of the legal effect of our agreements. Important: The law allows both national and commercial assumptions to be made about the intention to create legal relationships, to challenge (refuted) using evidence that shows that there were intentions to create legal relationships, in a case of national agreement, or there was no intention to create legal relationships in a trade agreement. . . .