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Old 11-02-2019
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Tim Childe TimChilde is offline
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So, having just had to sign an MOU for work today, I double checked the difference.

In general (and can be different depending on what it actually says)

An MOU is not legally binding, but just formalises an understanding.
A contract is legally binding.

However, an MOU can become legally binding if it meets certain conditions, and a contract can be written so that the service provided is not always available.

If you don't believe the second bit, check your broadband/mobile phone agreement which will say they'll provide a service unless they don't and if they don't, tough....
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