Unformatted text preview: capacity to enter into the contract with Campbell? Although it is not clear if Carr was symptomatic at the time the contract was entered into, one could come to the conclusion that she may have lacked the mental capacity to enter into the contract with Campbell. The Campbell’s had leased the land for many years and should have had some knowledge as to the real value of the property. Carr had inquired of the Campbell’s as to what the value of the property was, and based on their own testimony gave information related to the agricultural value of the property. There was a stark difference between the agricultural value of $54,000 and the real value of $ 162,000 and this most likely had a larger basis for the decision by the court to appeals to deem the contract unenforceable....
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- Fall '15
- Business Law, Lindsey, infancy doctrine