voidable contract

Definition of "voidable contract"
  1. A type of agreement that can be invalidated by one participant if the contract was made under false pretenses, coercion, or due to the participant's legal status such as being underage
How to use "voidable contract" in a sentence
  1. Because the seller concealed information before the deal, the buyer deemed the sale a voidable contract.
  2. The student signed the apartment lease as a minor, so it became a voidable contract when she reached adulthood.
  3. His strong persuasion techniques were later deemed to be coercion, making their agreement a voidable contract.

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