Before you do something, why not talk to your counterpart? We see many situations in which the counterparty agrees either to terminate the agreement or to change its terms. Sometimes, instead of breaking a contract, you can agree to terminate it. Of course, this doesn`t always work – so you have to become legal. Another situation is that external conditions impose an offence. Confidentiality generally provides that a person has the right to disclose confidential information if required to do so by law by a court order. It is better not to rely on common law in this regard and to ensure that the treaty is exactly what is permissible and what is not. For a treaty to be effectively legally binding, different conditions must be met. These requirements depend on the nature of the agreement and the context of each of the parties involved. . . .