What Makes a Contract Null and Void?

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What makes a contract null and void would depend on what's in the contract. If the contract specifies something needs to be done by a certain date, like a house closing, and it doesn't happen, the contract would be null and void.
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A contract becomes null and void if there is proof that an illegal act occurred to cause one to sign the contract. If one lacks mental capacity, the contract is also null and void. Finally, if a huge mistake occurred when writing the contract, it becomes dull and void.
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