Circumstances or features that make a contract voidable include (1) non-disclosure of one or more material facts, (2) misrepresentation, (3) mutual mistake, (4) lack of free will of a contracting party, or presence of one contracting party's undue influence over the other, and (5) a material breach of the terms of the contract. A contract that is voidable in only one or few parts may be saved by the process of severance. Not to be confused with void contract.
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The property manager was sure to win the case against his delinquent tenants as the terms were clear and it was not a voidable contract.
Hundreds of Millions of policy holders who were affected by this natural disaster are now subject to a more distinct voidable contract.
I wanted to go through the courts to see if the agreement could become a voidable contract and I could leave it.