New York Bar Examination Questions and Answers (Classic Reprint)

Joseph Jacobs

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Q. A, an infant, is the owner of a certain piece of land. He authorizes B, an adult, to sell said land. B conveys the same to C. After A became of age, it is claimed that he ratified the conveyance. A sues in ejectment. Can he recover?

A. Judgment for A. The question here is, can an infant after arriving at age ratify the act of his agent performed while he was an infant? This depends upon whether his ap pointment Of an agent is a void or voidable act. If the former, it cannot be ratified; if the latter, it can be. In New York the doctrine is laid down, that the only act an infant is incapable of performing as to contracts is the appointment of an agent or attorney. Whether the doctrine is founded upon solid reasons may be doubted, but there is no doubt that it is law.

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