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 The majority of states allow a minor to disaffirm a contract with no costs or other...

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samurai17 | eNoter

Posted July 25, 2013 at 7:17 PM via web

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 The majority of states allow a minor to disaffirm a contract with no costs or other contractual obligations. The minority of states, however, require that minors provide various degrees of restitution before they will be permitted to disaffirm the contract and avoid their obligations. Which one do you agree with and why? Are there situations where you would not agree with the rule being implemented in a business setting such as when the minor is carrying themselves out to be over the age of eighteen?  

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