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a.1.That may be Annulled.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The child "shall then be qualified and responsible for all acts of civil life." The Civil Code also specifically provides that children below 18 years of age "cannot give consent to a contract." Any commercial agreement entered into by them will always be annullable. Our law on inheritance expressly mandates that "persons of either sex under eighteen years of age cannot make a will." Pursuant to our election laws, anyone below 18 years cannot vote.
It is well known that defected legal acts may suffer further consequences able to make them without any legal value: the normative system allows certain vices to become annullable imperfect acts, when disregarding certain formalities, the act would be in disagreement with the legal structure, configuring the illegality.