Though contracts are generally enforceable, there are important doctrines which provide exceptions..

Though contracts are generally enforceable, there are important doctrines which provide exceptions to this general rule. Do these exceptions undermine the notion of sanctity of contracts—the principle that once a contract is made, it should be enforced? Do these doctrines give the courts too much discretion to set aside a contract?

 

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