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Corbin on Contracts
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Capacity of Parties
Edited by Professor Joseph M. Perillo
The chapter also discusses the limited contractual capacity of the mentally infirm, whose agreements are voidable. This class of people includes those who are insane, senile, mentally retarded, and those experiencing temporary delirium resulting from physical injuries, intoxication, or medication. The chapter discusses the various tests applied to test mental capacity and ability to comprehend the nature of agreements. The chapter also discusses restitution, liabilities for necessaries, avoidance and ratification, and exploitation of alcoholics and others.
Finally, the chapter discusses attempts by persons to contract with themselves. While this generally is not possible, an individual may contract with a group when he is also a member of the group.
Hailed as ''the greatest law book ever written," this venerable resource is one of the most cited and influential treatises in print. Providing an exhaustive analysis of all the rules of contract law, including all exceptions and variations, Corbin on Contracts can help you prevent disputes and keep your clients out of court. Cited extensively in federal and state court opinions, this exhaustive exposition of all the working rules of contract law has for more than half a century helped lawyers understand what the rules of contract mean and how they can be used in daily practice.
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