posted a year ago
"There are a few different situations where a contract may be voidable. If one party was coerced into signing the contract, for example, then the contract may be voidable. Similarly, if one party was under duress or duressed by another party into signing the contract, that could also render the contract voidable.
Common grounds for making a contract voidable include mistake, misrepresentation, and fraud. If one party can show that they signed the contract under pretenses or were misled in some way, they may be able to get out of the contract.
It's important to note that just because a contract is voidable does not mean that it's automatically voided - usually."