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capacity

the legal ability to enter a contract

rebuttable presumption

when individuals enter into contracts, they are permitted by law to presume that the other party or parties have the capacity to contract

minor

a person who has not yet reached the age of legal adulthoof

majority

age of legal adulthood

minority

a person below the age of majority

emancipated

minors that are responsible for their contracts

abandoned

minors who have given up their protection as minros

ratify

approve

necessaries

necessities such as food, clothing, shelter, and medical care

guardian

someone who apoointed to protect the rights of a mentally impaired person or a child

aliens

people who are living in this country but owe their allegiance to another country

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