What Is an Example of a Voidable Contract?

Robert Daly/OJO Images/Getty Images

According to LegalMatch, examples of voidable contracts include those entered into with a minor, made under duress or through fraud, or made while mentally incapacitated by an illness or under the influence of a controlled substance. By law, a person under the age of 18 is not considered mature enough to enter into any contract, and any such signed by a minor are not enforceable if they choose to break the contract.