“Any collective agreement reached after the beginning of this section is clearly considered not to have been defined by the parties as a legally enforceable contract, unless the agreement has been reached: lack of mental capacity: the ability to enter into a contract may be affected by a mental illness or mental illness. Issues of dementia and Alzheimer`s can blur the limits of competence to sign a contract. The jurisdiction to enter into a contract requires more than a temporary wave of clarity. It requires the ability to understand not only the nature and quality of the transaction, but also an understanding of its importance and consequences. If it is established that a person does not have the mental capacity to enter into a contract, the contract is not automatically invalid, but it is void. An alternative interpretation of the LOU is that the parties to the LOU are not family members. On the contrary, the parties to the LOU are each of the parties to the complaint and Hole Consultants Ltd., a separate legal entity from its sole shareholder (i.e. the individual applicant). One of the fundamental principles of Canadian corporate law is that a company is a separate corporation (Salomon v Salomon – Co.,  AC 22 (House of Lords)).
As a corporation, Hole Consultants Ltd. has the capabilities, rights, powers and privileges of an individual, including the power to hold assets (Business Corporations Act, RSA 2000, c B-9, Section 16(1)). Respondents approached LOU at Hole Consultants Ltd. because they knew that the joint venture projects were being conducted jointly by Hole Consultants Ltd. and Hole Engineering Ltd. They also knew that the complainant had acted for and on behalf of Hole Consultants Ltd when negotiating her share of the profits of the joint ventures. Therefore, the LOU should be considered and interpreted as a contract between independent and independent parties. This issue does not appear to have been raised by counsel for the complainant; Therefore, the Court of Appeal did not make a concrete statement on this issue. A contract is a legally binding document between at least two parties, which defines and regulates the rights and obligations of the parties to an agreement.  A contract is legally enforceable because it complies with the requirements and approval of the law. A contract usually involves the exchange of goods, services, money or promises from one of them.
“breach of contract” means that the law must grant the victim either access to remedies, such as damages, or annulment.  The doctrine specifies whether a court should consider that the parties want the agreement to be enforceable by law, and it is stated that an agreement is legally enforceable only if the parties believe that it intends to enter into a binding contract.