Count On Us identified the High Court Authority of Masters v Cameron (1954) 91 CLR 353 as a co-award of three types of agreements that can be concluded if the parties decide to enter into another formal contract: Mukhtar AsJ opened the analysis by claiming that the alleged agreement was unorthodox. Although it was titled “Heads of Agreement,” it also said it was a “show of interest” by Count On Us for the property. A duly drafted head of agreement is a non-binding document defining the main terms of a proposed agreement between the parties. Once both parties have reached a broad consensus on a partnership or transaction and signed an agreement document, the next step is to involve lawyers and accountants in order to clear the details. .