Chapter 11 - Chapter#11 01:11 Question#3

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Chapter #11 01:11 Question #3 Joanne’s contract is a voidable contract at the option of a mentally incompetent  person. Voidable contract is a contract when one contracting side has not  previously deemed a person (other contracting side) to be mentally incompetent  to sign a contract but in fact the person was mentally incompetent at the time the  contract was formed. A contract is voidable if the person does not know he or she  is entering into the contract or lacks the mental capacity to comprehend its  nature, purpose, and consequences. Joanne can avoid her contractual obligation  to buy the piano. A mentally incompetent person may disaffirm a voidable  contract at any time while mentally incompetent. Question #5 The court should rule in Norbert Eelbode’s favor. Physical therapists at Chec 
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course ACC 101 taught by Professor Corolinsky during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Albany.

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Chapter 11 - Chapter#11 01:11 Question#3

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