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Please find my understanding of the following issues as just a reasonable person:
Without full disclosure and complete voluntary mutual agreement of all parties involved, any and all agreements and contracts are null and void.
William W. Story, A Treatise on the Law of Contracts Not Under Seal 57 (1844) (“The assent however must not only be mutual, but it must be freely and voluntarily given in order to create a valid contract. Compulsion or duress will therefore avoid any agreement.”);
Jackson v. Kniffen, 2 Johns. 31, 34 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1806) (“[I]t is essential to the validity of every deed that the party making it be free from restraints, and not under duress.”) (citations omitted). As the Constitutional Court of Appeals of South Carolina acknowledged in 1799, So cautiously does the law watch over all contracts, that it will not permit any to be binding but such as are made by persons perfectly free, and at full liberty to make or refuse such contracts, and that not only with respect to their persons, but in regard to their goods and chattels also. Contracts to be binding must not be made under any restraint or fear of their persons, otherwise they are void . . . .