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What are unenforceable contracts?

 

The following contracts are unenforceable unless they are ratified:

 

1. Those entered into without or in excess of authority;

2. Those that do not comply with the Statute of Frauds i.e., are not in writing nor subscribed by the party charged or by his agent; or

3. Those where both contracting parties are incapable of giving consent.


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