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Many courts have held q mere silence concerning a material fact did Invalidahing constitute fraud, but the emerging trend is to find a duty to disclose and, therefore, deliberate concealment of a material fact gives rise to an action for fraud. A contract that is based on fraud is void or voidable, because fraud prevents a meeting of the minds of the parties. If the fraud is in the factum, i. The signatory is not bound if a different contract is substituted for the one that he or she had intended to execute.

If, however, factoors party negligently chooses to cintract the contract without reading it, then no fraud exists and the contract is enforceable. If the fraud is in Invalidating factors of a contract inducement, by which contrxct party is falsely persuaded to sign facotrs contract, the terms of which he or she knows and understands, then the contract is not void but is voidable by the innocent party, as that party executes what is intended to be executed. If, however, due to fraud, a contract fails to express the agreement that the fachors intended it to express, then the defrauded party may seek a decree of reformation, by which the court will rewrite a written agreement to conform with the ORIGINAL INTENT of the parties.

Misrepresentation without Fraud A contract may be invalidated if it was based on any innocent misrepresentation pertaining to a material matter on which one party justifiably relied. Duress Duress is a wrongful act or threat by one party that compels another party to perform some act, such as the signing of a contract, which he or she would not have done voluntarily. As a result, there is no true meeting of minds of the parties and, therefore, there is no legally enforceable contract. Blackmail, threats of physical violence, or threats to institute legal proceedings in an abusive manner can constitute duress. The consensus of most jurisdictions is that the threat to commence legal proceedings, which otherwise might be justifiable, becomes wrongful when done with the corrupt intent to coerce a transaction that bears no relation to the subject of such proceedings and is grossly unjust to the victim.

Vitiating factors in the law of contract

A contract that is induced by duress is either void or contracr. If the duress consists of one party taking the other's hand as a mechanical instrument by which to sign his or her name to a contract, then the contract is void ab initio Invalidaying lack of any intent on the victim's part to perform the act. The result is the same if the victim is compelled to sign a contract at gunpoint without any knowledge of its contrzct. These are highly unusual situations. A minor generally cannot form an enforceable contract. A contract entered into by a Invalidatibg may be canceled by the minor or their guardian. After reaching the age of majority 18 in most statesa person still has a reasonable period of time to cancel a contract entered into as a minor.

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Undue Influence, Duress, Misrepresentation Coercion, threats, false statements, or improper persuasion by one party to a contract can void the contract. The defenses of duress, misrepresentation, and undue influence address these situations: A party must show that assent or agreement to the contract was induced by a serious threat of unlawful or wrongful action, and that she had no reasonable alternative but to agree to the contract. Undue influence is often defined as unfair persuasion by a person who, because of his or her relation to the victim, is justifiably assumed by the victim to be one who will not act in a manner that is inconsistent with the victim's welfare.

A misrepresentation may be a false statement of fact; the deliberate withholding of information which a party has a duty to disclose; or an action that conceals a fact for example, painting over water damage when selling a house. Unconscionability The unconscionability defense is concerned with the fairness of both the process of contract formation and the substantive terms of the contract. When the terms of a contract are oppressive or when the bargaining process or resulting terms shock the conscience of the court, the court may strike down the contract as unconscionable. A court will look at a number of factors in determining if a contract is unconscionable. Contracts concluded by coercion are invalid.

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Fraudulent misrepresentation is a ground for invalidity. A contract induced by fraudulent misrepresentation. Other grounds for invalidity are e. A contract is invalid also, if a person, who concludes the contract is not competent to make agreements, such as she or he does not have the required competence to perform a legal act or right or represent the party which name the agreement is to be made in.

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