2d at 899 (discussing a minor's right to disaffirm
a contract under California law).
promises; instead, if the child chooses, he may disaffirm
Under the infancy doctrine, a child's contract is voidable, (3) meaning that the transaction is per se valid, but a child can disaffirm
the contract and avoid its legal obligations.
(73) The Court concluded in EKD, ibid at 8, that "[p]laintiffs cannot disaffirm
the forum-selection clause in Facebook's TOS, although Plaintiffs were minors when they entered the agreement containing the clause." In AV, supra note 71 at 481, the Court determined that "[p]laintiffs received benefits from entering into the Agreement with iParadigms....
The minor must disaffirm
the entire contract and do so no later than within a reasonable time after reaching the age of majority.
or repudiate all financial contracts with a counterparty or
(20) Second, these discussions, particularly with Singaporean discussants, disaffirm
the notion that corruption cannot be controlled.
As to the nature and extent of the knowledge required for an effective election to affirm, the High Court (15) has expressly abstained from determining whether, in addition to knowledge of the facts upon which the power to disaffirm
depended, (16) the electing party, when she performed acts that appeared to recognize the continued existence of the contract in question, must also have understood that, as a legal consequence of those facts, she had available to her the inconsistent legal alternative of disaffirming that contract.
Our findings confirm the transaction motive and Pecking order theory in corporate cash holdings behavior but disaffirm
the relation between size and firms' cash holdings.
or (2) "disaffirm
" their contracts with the off-contract
According to the NCUA complaint, which was the liquidating agent of Ensign, the agency was authorized to disaffirm
and repudiate any contracts or arrangements on 18 commercial loans to which the credit union was a party.
[section] 1.6013-1(d)(5) if an executor or administrator has been appointed after a joint return was filed, he or she has one year after the due date for filing (plus extensions) to disaffirm
the joint return and file a separate return.