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I have a question about a dating site that is out there. The

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I have a question about a dating site that is out there. The site Whatsyourprice says that any date is an agreed contract. But if a female lies on her profile and you do not find this out until on a date, doesnt that void a contract as she willingly decieved the other party (this case a male)? Also does a date constitute a contract as there is really no way in knowing if the date really happened?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Jack R. replied 3 years ago.
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In this scenario you describe where one party is not as described and you are induced into having a date based on this deception the contract would be void, and if not void could be terminated under a number of contract defenses.

I am not sure any Court would agree that a date is a contract. I have to believe they would be a little upset having to start hearing these cases. they might be a little more accommodating if whatsyourprice is being paid to arrange these date. In that case whatsyourprice should exact payment from the deceitful party.

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