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Postby nuggets » Sat Apr 16, 2005 5:21 pm

JTWood wrote:Technically speaking, in contract law, you have the option to nullify a contract if you were drunk at the time you signed the contract.

I know this is FBB, but I would probably use that logic, too.

Good point, however that's one reason why it's tradition to have two witnesses present at the siging of an important contract. If he does't have any objective witnesses he's got no legs to stand on. Say you buy something online with your credit card and then call up the next day and say you were drunk so cancel it. I don't think Bob's $1,000 site O' porn is going to refund you :-D
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Postby The Jury » Sat Apr 16, 2005 6:01 pm

ensanimal wrote:this happened in one of my leagues as well. i fgure the trade has to go through. TUI (Trading Under the Influence, thanks to whoever it was ;-) ) is not a valid reason to reject a trade.

if this gets vetoed, what is to stop another owner from making a trade, the next day seeing he doesn't like the trade as much anymore, and then coming back with this same story.

TUI haha good term ;-D

You have to have responsible for your actions. I'd make the trade stick.
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