unenforceable contract

Definition of "unenforceable contract"
  1. A valid contract that a court will not uphold due to the presence of a technical defect, such as lack of signature
How to use "unenforceable contract" in a sentence
  1. The store owner found his deal with the supplier to be an unenforceable contract due to missing signatures.
  2. The agreement between the two partners was considered an unenforceable contract since it didn't meet all legal requirements.
  3. Despite the agreed terms, the lack of witness signatures led to the lease being an unenforceable contract.

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