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An Agreement Is A Voidable Contract When It Is Enforceable If Certain Conditions Are Fulfilled

For a contract to be considered legally binding, it would generally have to fulfill four key characteristics: for example, A B clings with a pointed gun and asks him to sell his house to him at an extremely low price, and B does so accordingly, out of fear for his life. In this situation, B was forced by A to enter into an agreement and therefore their consent was not obtained voluntarily. . . .

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