An unenforceable contract is a written or oral agreement that will not be enforced by courts. There are many different reasons that a court may not enforce a contract. Contracts may be unenforceable because of their subject matter, because one party to the agreement unfairly took advantage of the other party, or because there is not enough proof of the agreement.
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