Are Voidable Contracts Enforceable. Valid, void, voidable, and unenforceable contracts. Voidable contracts are valid until one of the parties decides to cancel or revoke them for legal reasons.
Some kinds of agreements are declared void by law due to them being unlawful and opposed to public policy, and also to protect the life and liberty of individual persons. If you sign a contract with someone to rob a bank, that contract is void and legally never enforceable. Bearing, and is unenforceable by uncertain agreement.