On the basis of the description below, it seems clear that the main difference between the agreement and the mou is their power of engagement where the agreement or treaty has legally binding consequences, whereas the mou is not binding on the parties. However, an agreement is sometimes called “MoU”, i.e. the MoU has fulfilled the conditions of the agreement referred to in Article 1320 of the Civil Code, so that such an agreement is legally binding. Almost all writers, in the law of commitment. There is a difference in the importance of contract law, contract law and contract law. With the exception of Ahmadi Miru, in his book “Contract Law, Design of Contracts”, there is no distinction between contract law and contract law.