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Definition of 'Void Contract'

A formal agreement that is illegitimate and unenforceable from the moment it is created. A void contract could be considered void for a number of reasons. Common causes of a void contract are contract terms that are illegal or become illegal due to changes in law; one party to the contract lacks the capacity to enter into a contract because he is a minor or mentally incapacitated; and it is legal but declared null by the courts because it violates a fundamental principle.


what information needed by patient /relation? In large nos of case patient /relative not aware about the nature of disease its seriousness & how he would get relief, the patient is also interested to know the what investigation is needed to arrive at the diagonosis, patient also wants to know the rules & regulation of the hospital.which includes visiting hours,settlement of bills. Mode of payment , bringing food from home , attentent is to be allowed to stay in ward. Circumstance of information may with held.
Information may be withheld, for example, where its disclosure would breach the law of confidentiality, harm and organisation's commercial interests, or endanger the protection of the environment. Information may also be withheld if it is another person's personal information, and its release would breach the data protection legislation.

What is Confidentiality?
Within the context of professional ethics, observing the principle of confidentiality means keeping information given by or about an individual in the course of a professional relationship secure and secret from others. This confidentiality is seen as central to the maintenance of trust between professional and service-user. The obligation to maintain confidentiality does not normally end with the individual's death. Confidentiality is owed equally to mature and immature minors, and adults who lack the capacity to make decisions for themselves. It also applies to fellow professionals and students studying to enter ones profession. It applies to all forms of transmission; verbal, written, digital, manual or hardcopy records, videos and illustrations etc. wherever they can be identified with a specific individual.

Unethical conducts

Behavior that falls below or violates the professional standards in a particular field. In law, this can include Attorney Misconduct or ethics violations. The standards for conduct to be observed by attorneys can be found in the Code of Professional Responsibility; members of the judiciary adhere to those found in the Canons of Judicial Ethics.

Valid consent
Valid consent can be defined as the voluntary agreement by an individual to a proposed procedure, given after appropriate and reliable information about the procedure, including the potential risks and benefits, have been conveyed to he individual.