Joking or not, you shouldn’t make an offer that someone could claim constituted a binding contract on which they relied or they may end up having the last laugh.
The only time a court will actually force a defendant to act in a certain way – a remedy called specific performance – is where money can’t put the winner in as good a position as he would have been had the contract been fully performed.
When are you bound to do something just because you promised to do it?
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