. An agreement not enforceable by law is said to be


A: void agreement

B: valid contract

C: contract

D: offer

E: acceptance

 

Best Answer

Explanation:

  • A voidable agreement is enforceable by law at the option of one or more of the parties but not at the choice of the other or others. 
  • If a contract is not enforceable, it may be declared invalid. 
  • In such cases, void contracts (also known as "void agreements") relate to contracts that are either illegal or in breach of fairness or public policy.

Final answer:

Hence, the correct answer is option A, i.e., void agreement.

 

 

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