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Who can Make a Contract?

The term ‘capacity under English Law refers to the ability of the contracting parties to come into legally binding relations with each other. If any party fails to comply with this condition, the subsequent contracts may be deemed to be invalid, relying on the facts and circumstances of the case….

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TRANSFER OF TITLE: The Sales And Goods Act

Section 27 of The Sale and Goods Act states that if the title of the seller is defective and if this defective title gets passed on to the buyer, then the buyer’s title will also be the same, and he will have no right to goods despite the fact that…

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