Innocent parties can only revoke (terminate) the contract for a serious breach (breach of condition), but they can always claim damages if the breach caused foreseeable damage. Common examples of contracts include non-disclosure agreements, end-user license agreements (both, although referred to as „agreements“), employment contracts, and accepted orders. Regardless of how it is named, as long as an agreement contains the necessary elements of a contract listed above, a court can apply it as such. Contract law is based on the principle expressed in the Latin expression pacta sunt servanda („Agreements must be respected“).  The common law of contracts arose from the assumpsit order, which was originally a trust-based offence.