Commonly confused terms (2)
This quiz is based on the Legal English Lesson of the Week commonly confused terms (2) and tests your knowledge of three pairs of words that are similar in meaning, but which have important differences. An example of such easily confused terms are void and voidable.
If a contract is void then it is not legally binding. However, if a contract is voidable then at least one of the parties to the contract can decide to end it and get back anything that they have lost as a result of that contract (=to void a contract).
Choose the word in each question that best completes the sentences below.
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