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6 years ago
Roberta, an educated person, purchased real estate from Maurice. Roberta did not read entirely the contract that she signed. As a result, she did not notice the provision in the contract about the interest imposed on the unpaid portion of the purchase price. She refused to pay the interest specified in the contract. Maurice sued her. Could he recover?
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6 years ago
Yes. Persons ordinarily are bound by contracts that they sign even though they have not read them. Roberta cannot thereafter successfully claim that she had not agreed to its terms because she did not know what they were. The law will not protect those who have eyes who choose not to see.
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