What makes a contract invalid in Canada?

An employment contract in Canada—or a part thereof—can be considered invalid for several reasons, including where any party or parties used fraud or duress to induce signing of the contract.  


Employment contracts can also be invalidated if an employer is deemed to have violated employees’ rights or exercised discrimination. Working with a local PEO can help you avoid common errors and properly draw up contracts that are compliant and comprehensive. 


If you have questions about invalidity in employment contracts in Canada, please get in touch with our team today!

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