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Contractual Capacity Section 9-1, pp. 237-241 BUSA303, Business Law and Ethics 2
Capacity Contractual Capacity: The capacity required by the law for a party who enters into a contract to be bound by that contract. Minors: Contract voidable . Minor can disaffirm Intoxicated: Voidable or valid depending on whether intoxicated person understood legal consequences. Mentally Incompetent: Void, voidable or valid. BUSA303: Business Law and Ethics 3
PAK Foods Houston, LLC v. Garcia Court of Appeals of Texas, 433 S.W.3d 171 (2014) Case 9.1, pp. 238-239 What court/type of court is this? Who is the plaintiff in this case? Who is the defendant in this case? What are the essential facts of this case? What happened at the lower court? What was the issue on appeal? How did the appeals court rule? What is the rule in this case? BUSA303, Business Law and Ethics 4
Legality Section 9-2, pp. 241-247 BUSA303, Business Law and Ethics 5
Legality Contrary to Statute Contracts to Commit a Crime Usury Gambling Licensing Requirements Contrary to Public Policy Restraints of Trade Unconscionable (extremely unscrupulous) Exculpatory Clauses (only enforceable if reasonable) BUSA303: Business Law and Ethics 6
Holmes v. Multimedia KSDK, Inc.

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