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If a seller enters into more than one contract with a specific customer, when should the contracts be combined and treated as a single contract?

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State the moment at which, the contract must be combined and treated as a single contract, if a seller enters into more than one contract with a specific customer.

Explanation

Contract: Contract is an agreement among two parties or more parties which includes enforceable obligations and rights. A contract can be “written oral or implied” by ordinary business practices.

The contracts must be combined, if multiple contracts are entered into at or near the similar time with the similar customer and meet up one or more of the following conditions:

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