Is a contract not specifically provided in the civil code considered invalid?
Asked on 11/19/21, 8:38 pm
1 Answer from Attorneys
Timothy McCormick Haapala, Thompson & Abern, LLP
No. The opposite. Contracts are all presumed valid unless something about the contract conflicts with something in the law that makes them invalid.
Answered on 11/23/21, 8:50 am
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