Can a term of supervision as an NJ interstate Parolee be considered a "contract" in California?
State/Country relating to question: California
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No, this would not be considered a contract. A contract is something freely entered into, based on the exchange of goods or services, for valuable consideration. A parol situation does not qualify as a contract.
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