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If the voidable
debt issue in Puerto Rico was a singular occurrence, it could be written off as an honest mistake made by an ailing commonwealth.
the appellants' submissions that 'the words "may only be made" in s 588FF(3) as indicating a limited scope for the power under para (b)' is incorrect, and rather it was held that the only operation of those words was to 'impose a requirement as to time as an essential condition of the right conferred by s 588F(1) to bring proceedings for orders with respect to voidable
Although not material, and therefore not excluding consensus, such an error does affect the quality of the consensus, rendering the contract voidable
contracts, "[t]he maxim that a promisor
In construction and engineering contracts most people are familiar with the concept that the contract may be terminated, less commonly the question arises as to whether the contract may be void or voidable
contractual duties until the beginning of the day before
contract is one where one or more parties have the power, by a manifestation of election to do so, to avoid the legal relations created by the contract, or by ratification of the contract to extinguish the power of avoidance.
reasonable alternative, the contract is voidable
by the victim.
It is notable that the prevalence of likely non-binding, voidable
, yet nonetheless mandatory contracts within children's titles has attracted so little discussion to date.
Expressing his observation on the status of legitimacy of a child out of the live in relationship, he said that under the Hindu Marriage Act Amendment of 1976, it has been described that whether the marriage is void or voidable
, the child will always be a legal entity.