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    Minors: why they can't enter into a legal contract

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    Why do you think that a minor does not have the general legal capacity to enter into a contract?

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    Legal Capacity

    Minors do not have the general Legal capacity to enter in to a Contract, as they are under the age of 18 years, which is not right age for such cases as decided by the Legal or Constitutional System. As per the Legal System, it is essential for the person to reach the age of 18 years in order to have access for the contract, as it refers a Legal ability or as the capacity of understanding the nature and outcomes of the transaction. The people who belong to the category of Minors are not able to enter in to any contract, ...

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