What is an example of physical duress?
Physical duress is one of the reasons an contract can be automatically void. Physical duress will arise when one party physically harms or threatens the victimized party with physical force.
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What are some of example of why a contract is void?
A void contract is a formal agreement that is effectively illegitimate and unenforceable from the moment it is created. Some examples of why a void contract would exist include fraud in the execution, physical duress, illegality, adjudicated incompetency, and mutual mistake.