Domestic or Family Agreements - Elements of Contract
However there is a rebuttable presumption such the parties did not intend for create legal relations as:
1. Agreements between husband and wife:
2. Agreement between Parent and Child:
However it was held in JONES v. PADAVATTON like an agreement between a parent and a child but as in that case, between mother and daughter is presumed NOT to have been intended for be legally binding. Such court added like agreements depend entirely at the goodwill of the parties thereto.
3. Agreement between Uncle and Niece or Nephew:
Therefore in Jones v. Padavatton, Salmon L.J. stated: "As a rule whether arrangements are made between close relations, to like between husband and wife, parent and child or uncle and nephew in the relation to an allowance, hence here is a presumption against an intention to creating any legal relationship".