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EVENTS, agreements. Those people whom engage by themselves to accomplish, or otherwise not to accomplish the things and things found in an understanding. 2. All people generally speaking may be events to agreements, unless they work under some impairment. 3. Consent being necessary to all legitimate agreements, it follows that people who would like, first, understanding; or next, freedom to work out their will, can not be parties to contracts. Thirdly, people whom in result of their situation are unable to come into some specific agreement. These are going to be individually considered. 4. -Sec. 1. Those people who desire understanding, are idiots and lunatics; drunkards and babies, 5. -1.