Definition of "nonability"
  1. Absence of the legal competency or qualification to perform an act
How to use "nonability" in a sentence
  1. Without nonability, the contract signed by the minor is voidable.
  2. Nonability can result from mental incapacity, making a person unable to manage an estate.
  3. Age is a common cause of nonability, as children are considered incapable of entering into legal contracts.

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