Capacity Legal Ability
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Prime objective of this lecture is to describe on Capacity Legal Ability.  Capacity is the legal ability to enter into a contract. Two primary categories of individuals lack contractual capacity: minors and those suffering from sufficiently severe mental incompetence.  Lack of capacity may be used as an affirmative defense in a breach of contract lawsuit or as a basis for seeking contract rescission. If there is no capacity, the contract is void. If there is partial capacity, the contract is voidable.

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