Is a contract valid if the identification data of one of the parties is false? My friend and I had an internet contract (in his name with his passport number), and they say we owe them money because we never terminated it; However, when we called to terminate it, they could not find any information about the contract in their system (it was a 12-month contract, so we assumed it had expired after 12 months, especially since they no longer had the information in the system). But now that they are trying to ask for more money, we discovered, through the collection company, that they had the wrong passport number in the contract, which is why they couldn`t find the information when we called. That is why we wonder if they have a legal leg on which they can stand because the treaty`s identifying information is false. To be clear, the reason we could not terminate the contract was that they brought the false information to the contract and therefore could not find the information in their system to terminate it when we gave the correct credentials to their management. Thank you for all the help you can give us! On 01.06.07, orcl_ravi wrote on oracle-crm-l:>> >> Hi CRM Guru, >> I am trying to download service contract data from the Legacy System> Oracle service contract. I have all the data and > good, but if I go to the AQ checklist form, then this form shows an error> “Either the price list is inactive or the price> list is invalid for line 1. Choose a valid price list for the contract currency>,” >> id of the price list is displayed at the head and line (LSE> ID 3), but the price list ID is not displayed for line number 1 (LSE> ID 1). >> price list is valid and active because I can update the same price> list ID using the service contract form. Once I`ve updated the email field> at line level with the form, then displays the AQ checklist form> no mistake>> Could someone tell me that where I`m doing something wrong or what we need> to change at the line?>> Thank you> Ravi>>> >> When an employee signs an employment contract and is then asked by his employer to do illegal work , like smuggling prohibited goods across a limit, the agreement is immediately invalid because it is the object. If a consumer knowingly signed a contract with an invalid name, would that make it impossible to impose the contract on them? While a contract can be written or oral, the vast majority of contracts are never written or accepted by a signature.
Instead, acceptance of a contract is usually done by exchanging money for a product or service, such as buying something from a company. But when it comes to complex contracts with multiple conditions, it is best to receive the agreement in writing.