This expression execute and deliver (and its equivalent execution and delivery) is a standard feature of English contracts. As in the following obligation, the borrower must, from time to time, execute and hand over to the bank all financing declarations and other documents requested by the bank. And as in the following presentation, this agreement and the new warrants were properly executed and delivered by the company. It follows that an expertise on performance and delivery is a standard element of legal advice. For the validity of an informal contract, a writing is only necessary if at least one of the parties has sufficiently expressed the intention not to be bound without a contract. In this case, the agreement must be in writing and this writing must be submitted to that party for approval. . If the reduction of the agreement on the written form is necessary, the approval of the writing must also be considered sufficient. This event usually consists of signature and delivery. This explains why, in many cases, it was felt that the letter should be provided. It is perhaps true that the mere reading of the conditions of a scripture is not a manifestation of the consequenceation to them. Even the appeasement of the signature and the continuation of the possession of the paper cannot express custody.

The surrender to another person is indeed a habitual and expressive act. But axes can be expressed effectively in many ways. Delivery is just one of them. One party may sign the deed and hand it over to the other, it being understood that the other party remains in possession of the deed. If the other signs and cashes it, a contract has been concluded, which is valid for both, although the first part was linked to the delivery before the commitment and the second without delivery. If there is no other transmission, no written contract arises without manual delivery. The execution of this Agreement or other documents in accordance with this Agreement by fax or any other electronic copy of a signature shall be deemed to have been executed by an original signature and shall have the same effect as that signature. . . .