Chapter 5          LEGALITY OF SUBJECT MATTER AND          CONTRACTUAL CAPACITYIn this chapter you will:   Discuss the co...
Malum in SeContracts that violate public policy and are deemed bad in and of themselves.
Malum ProhibitumContracts that are not morally reprehensible or against public policy but are still minor violations of th...
Contracts that Violate theStatute of Frauds Contracts for an interest in realty Contracts that are not to be performed  ...
Contractual CapacityThe parties’ legal ability to enter into a  binding contractual relationship
Four Major Areas ofContractual Capacity Age Mental capacity Alcohol Drugs
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Law 206 Ch. 5 - Legality of Subject Matter and Contractual Capacity

  1. 1. Chapter 5 LEGALITY OF SUBJECT MATTER AND CONTRACTUAL CAPACITYIn this chapter you will: Discuss the concept of the legality of the subject matter Define malum in se Define malum prohibitum List the sic types of contracts that come under the Statute of Frauds Discuss what is meant by usury Explain the concept of contractual capacity Differentiate between infants and minors Know which types of contracts a minor cannot avoid Discuss the effect of alcohol and drugs on a person’s contractual capacity Apply the concepts of legality and capacity to your everyday life
  2. 2. Malum in SeContracts that violate public policy and are deemed bad in and of themselves.
  3. 3. Malum ProhibitumContracts that are not morally reprehensible or against public policy but are still minor violations of the law−a prohibited wrong, or something prohibited by statutory regulation.
  4. 4. Contracts that Violate theStatute of Frauds Contracts for an interest in realty Contracts that are not to be performed within one year Contracts in consideration of marriage Guarantees Sale of goods valued at over $500 Executors’ promises to pay the decedent’s debts
  5. 5. Contractual CapacityThe parties’ legal ability to enter into a binding contractual relationship
  6. 6. Four Major Areas ofContractual Capacity Age Mental capacity Alcohol Drugs

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