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capacity to contractnoun [S]

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LAW if you have the ​capacity to ​contract, you have the ​ability or ​right to ​sign a ​legalagreement to show that you ​accept it: As far as age is ​concerned, a ​person who has ​reached 18 has the ​legalcapacity to ​contract as an ​individual.
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