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A contract may have all the required contents: offer, acceptance, consideration and intention to create legal relations. However it could still be regarded as unenforceable if some laws in relation to privileged persons are not fully complied with. Thus, it is not all persons that can engage in a contract. This aspect would deal with the capacity to contract. In doing this, the outline below would be utilized:

  • Who is an illiterate
  • The Illiterate Protection Act
  • Limitations to the Illiterate Protection Act
  • Contracts Entered into by infants
  • Contracts made by lunatics
  • Contracts made by drunkards

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