Definiteness of Terms
"An offer must have reasonably definite terms so that a court can determine if a breach has occurred and give an appropriate remedy. The specifc terms required depend on the type of contract. Generally a contract must include the following terms, either expressed in the contract or capapable of being reasonably inferred from it: (1) The ID of the parties (2) The ID of the object or subject matter of the contract (also the quantity, when appropriate), including the work to be performed, with specific ID of such items as goods, services, and land. (3) The consideration to be paid (4) The time of payment, delivery, or performance. "