Is a contract void if it omits CIVIL CODE Ch. 2.2, Section 1694.7, parts B and C, where a consumer has the right to cancel within 3 business days (part B) and the right to know where to send such a written cancellation (part C), both of which must be on the contract at a specific location?
That civil code section doesn’t apply to every contract. So the answer is probably no—but no one here has seen the actual contract.
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Void isn't the same as voidable. As is the case with every contract question, the facts (mostly the actual contract language, but also the parties status/age/competency) matter. With the right of recsission (cancellation), even where the contract i entered into matters.
If you want a meaningful answer to this, you'll have to hire a lawyer, have them review this contract, and discuss the details.
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