As a general rule one who does not choose to read a contract before signing it cannot later relieve himself of its burdens


Law lessons from: ETHEL MAE GOETHE VS. ERNEST L. GOETHE, App. Div., A-3043-11T4, May 21, 2013:

“As a general rule one who does not choose to read a contract before signing it cannot later relieve himself of its burdens.” Berman v. Gurwicz, 178 N.J. Super. 611, 617 (Ch. Div. 1981) (citations omitted), aff’d, 189 N.J. Super. 49 (App. Div. 1983), certif. denied, 94 N.J. 549 (1983).



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