Homographs – Homographs are words that may or may not sound equal, but have the same spelling, but have a different meaning. A contract may be considered invalid if the contract is not applicable in its original version. In such cases, unincluded contracts (also known as “unencluded agreements”) are agreements that are either illegal or contrary to equity or public order. A transaction or deed that is valid, but which can be cancelled by one of the parties to the transaction, is legally questionable. Voidable is usually used in the distinction to empty ab initio and inapplicable. Invalid contracts can occur if one of the parties is not able to fully understand the impact of the agreement. Failure to disclose things like the law or misplace information may make the contract countervailable, but does not automatically invalidate it.