capacity of parties

Definition

A valid contract requires that all parties be legally able to enter into the agreement. Capacity of parties is one of the requirements for a valid and binding contract. Minors, the mentally insane, and persons who are under the influence are not considered to be of legal capacity to enter into a contract.
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