All settlement agreements are by nature contracts that are entered into if two or more parties reach an agreement on acceptable terms. If all parties agree to the same thing in the same direction, the law will establish that they have entered into a binding agreement. As long as the offer offered is sufficiently clear or requires certain conditions upon acceptance, the contract can be considered sufficiently secure. Where there is a basis for establishing the existence of an infringement and for there to be an appropriate solution, a contract provides that there is a basis. .