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11. What was the result in Swalberg v. Hannegan, the case in the text in which the minor attempted to disaffirm a contract for the purchase of an automobile?
12. Which of the following is an element of a legally binding contract?
13. A person who has legal ______ to contract is one who has the mental ability to understand his or her rights and obligations under a contract and, therefore, will presumably be able to understand how to comply with the terms of the agreement.
14. Which of the following is some sort of mental or physical defect that prevents a person from being able to enter into a legally binding contract?
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15. Historically, which of the following were considered people with limited or no capacity?
16. Today in all but ______ states, a minor is someone under the age of ______.
17. In most states a person is given full legal capacity to enter into contracts when he or she becomes ______ before reaching the age of majority.
18. Which of the following occurs when a minor's parents or legal guardians give up their right to exercise legal control over the minor, typically when the minor moves out of the parents' house and begins supporting himself or herself?
19. In most cases, when a minor marries, she or he is considered ______.
20. Because their contracts are ______, minors have the right, until a reasonable time after reaching the age of majority, to _____ or avoid their contracts.
21. Which of the following is the age of majority in Great Britain?
22. Which of the following is true regarding the obligation of a minor on disaffirmance?
23. When must a disaffirmance of a contract based on minority occur?
24. As a general rule, most states will not allow a minor to disaffirm contracts for which of the following?
25. Which of the following is the majority rule regarding a minor's misrepresentation of his or her age?

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