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Hamilton v Lethbridge (1912) 14 CLR 236

This case considered the issue of contracts entered into by minors and whether or not a man who had entered into a contract whist he was a minor could disaffirm the contract two years after he had come of age.

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Hamilton v Lethbridge (1912) 14 CLR 236
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