Voidable contract

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//The Indian Contract Act, 1872// Free Consent:- voidable contract, unlike a void contract, is a valid contract which may be either affirmed or rejected at the option of one of the parties.wikipedia
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Void contract

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voidable contract, unlike a void contract, is a valid contract which may be either affirmed or rejected at the option of one of the parties.
Void contracts are different from voidable contracts, which are contracts that may be nullified.

Contract

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voidable contract, unlike a void contract, is a valid contract which may be either affirmed or rejected at the option of one of the parties.

Void (law)

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The unbound party may repudiate (reject) the contract, at which time the contract becomes void.

Coercion

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Typical grounds for a contract being voidable include coercion, undue influence, misrepresentation or fraud.

Undue influence

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Typical grounds for a contract being voidable include coercion, undue influence, misrepresentation or fraud.

Misrepresentation

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Typical grounds for a contract being voidable include coercion, undue influence, misrepresentation or fraud.

Fraud

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Typical grounds for a contract being voidable include coercion, undue influence, misrepresentation or fraud.

Minor (law)

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A contract made by a minor is often voidable, but a minor can only avoid a contract during his or her minority status and for a reasonable time after he reaches the age of majority.

Unenforceable

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Clara Lee

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In December 2014, she filed a lawsuit against her agency Polaris Entertainment to nullify her contract on the grounds of being sexually harassed by its president Lee Kyu-tae; Polaris denied those allegations and countered that Clara had been blackmailing the agency to end her contract which is due to expire in 2018.

Severance (land)

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Third, it can be defined in a definitions clause or table in ways including the removal of a party from an agreement, or a permitted ending of the agreement (e.g. break clause) — in an employment contract/negotiations especially common as to severance pay and other terms of severance — or part of the agreement in which case it may be either capable of forming the heart of a new agreement, that is being superseded or instead varied to be non-binding (avoided) as to future conduct (see voidable contract) and the parties should ensure which meaning is meant in this third range of senses.