Clear Contract Prevents Problems between two Parties

Written by: Aqsa Sediqi

A contract is an agreement between two parties that creates mutual legal obligations and it can be either oral or written but written contracts have more value. Some contracts must be written to be valid and they should have transparency otherwise, the contractors might face some problems.

AEPO’s writer/producer has talked to engineer Masih, a resident of Kabul city who provides I.T services to government and private offices.

Engineer Masih talks about his business, “We have faced my economic problems due to not having a clear contract. For instance, last year we had missed some parts of our contract, they paid us less money and we faced about 20 thousand US dollars loss. Then we decided to prepare the contract by an expert and now our business is expanded and we can compete with foreign companies too.”

Water Transmission System:

Qasim, a resident of Kabul city talks about his business, “I with the help of my technical team have made a water transmission system that could transmit water without any consumption of fuels, and electricity. This machine could transmit 1.5 and 3 inches water from the river to the land up to 300 meters in height and 20 thousand meters away. The price of each machine is about 300 thousand and we get 30% benefit from each machine. Our more customers are from Herat, Panjsher, Bamiyan, Daikudi, and some other provinces.”