Who Are The Disqualified Person In A Contract?


Besides minors and persons of unsound mind, there are also other persons who are disqualified from contracting partially (or) wholly. So, the contracts by such persons are void. If, by any provisional legislation, a person is declared a “disqualified proprietor”, he is not competent to enter into any contract in respect of the property.

The following persons are disqualified from contracting;

(a) Alien enemy.

(b) Foreign sovereign states.

(c) Corporations.

(d) Insolvents.

(e) Convicts

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