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Unless in law school you studied contract law....

The Difference Between Void and Voidable

This has nothing to do with urinary retention. If a contract is void, it will not be enforced by a court even if all the parties agree that it should be enforced. If a contract is voidable, it means that one of the parties has the right to make the contract void, but doesn't have to. For example, if you are tricked into signing a contract, the contract is still valid until you declare it to be void. This distinction can be very important to "third parties" (other people) who may rely on the contract.

YOU MUST DECLARE THAT YOU HAVE NOT CONTRACTED WILLINGLY, AND VOID THE CONTRACT FIRST AND FOREMOST. YOU CAN BE TRICKED INTO A CONTRACT, AND SO LONG AS YOU DO NOT REFUTE THE CONTRACT THEN YOU ARE STILL HELD TO THE TERMS.

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