43 The Court objectively determines whether the intention was to establish contractual relationships by asking what would have led each party, through words and behaviours, to accept a reasonable person in the position of the other party. Circumstances that are duly taken into account “are so different that the formation of rules is excluded.” With respect to whether the parties wish to be bound by a single document, “it is necessary to determine objectively from the text of the document which is interpreted in relation to the circumstances in which it was born.” With respect to the application for admission of the complaint/complaint, the applicants/defendants submitted that, when they accepted the applicant`s offer, nothing had been agreed upon and that there was a binding agreement. Counsel for the defendant prepared the approval decisions, which were signed by all the other beneficiaries and on behalf of the defendant. On that date, the applicant changed his mind and refused to sign the approval decisions. In particular, he argued that the contract was merely an “agreement in principle” since they were subject to the Court of Justice`s decision of the opinion, and that other beneficiaries who were not associated with the Court or the contract officials must also give their consent. Applicability – is there agreement on all the essential conditions? The terms “agreement in principle” give meaning which: 47 As noted above  is, however, when a single document is assumed to be the contract between the parties (unlike a contract purportedly oral or from correspondence), the relevant intent must be determined objectively from the text of the document interpreted in relation to the circumstances in which it was born. In such a case, the relevance of further behaviour may be limited to the following question: and if your opponent flies away easily – even before a contract is signed – what will they look like after signing? In order to ensure that there is no implied contractual relationship, the case law indicates the importance of: in the same way, when the parties envisage that the heads of contract become mandatory immediately after the signing, but that the agreement must be included in a formal document that may contain such changes, if there is, as the parties may agree later, that should be explicitly stated in the document.