Answer to Question #117692 in Law for Philisiwe

Question #117692
Contracts contrary to statutory law
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2020-05-27T12:25:24-0400

Contracts that are 'contrary to statutory law' are ones which entails some provisions which violates the law.Precisely, the contract requires those bound by it to violate a law.Such provisions themselves are unlawful, and may invalidate the whole contract ,not just the the provision itself.


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