55 agreements may be declared unenforceable on the ground that the parties did not intend to create legal relationships (Chitty on Contracts, paras. 2-105-2-120; Cheshire and Fifoot`s Law of Contract Chapter 5). However, there is a strong presumption that the parties to an obvious trade agreement intend to create legal relationships: edwards v Skyways Ltd [1964] 1 WLR 349, 355. It is unlikely that a court will consider that a business-to-business agreement is not enforceable for such reasons in the absence of particular factors (e.g. B an explicit statement that an agreement is not binding until it is formally implemented).