A legal definition of “necessary” is provided in section 2, paragraph 3 of Ghana`s Sales of Goods Act, 1962 (Law 137), which states that “the required goods are adapted to the state of life of the person to whom they are delivered and their actual requirements at the time of delivery.” While evidence that a contract is on behalf of the supplier, contracts in this form have been found in a large number of situations, including expensive and extensive purchases.  The definition of needs includes obvious purchases such as food and clothing, but also services or goods that enable training or learning. The needs of one minor will not necessarily reflect those of another. Special circumstances, such as age and immediate needs, can yield different results.  For example, in Peters/Fleming, it was found that a goldenring and a chain of watches were necessary for an MP`s child.  However, a contract cannot apply to Dener if a minor`s needs are properly met or if a purchase may be considered unnecessary. Nash v Inman demonstrated this when a tailor`s claim that the purchase of 11 of a child`s vests fails as needed failed on the grounds that he already had appropriate clothing.  Under English contract law, a minor is a person under the age of 18.  Historically, the age was 21 years old, until the Family Reform Act of 1969.  As a general rule, a minor is not bound by contracts he enters into, even though it is the adult party with whom he enters into contracts.  However, once a minor has reached the age of majority, he may choose to ratify a contract entered into as a full-service minor.  This rule is subject to different types of contracts related to a minor and his right to terminate those contracts. Under the Indian Majority Act of 1875, the age of majority in India is considered to be 18.
Even a day below the age of entry of the contract disqualifies the person from the game. Anyone residing in India who has not reached the age of 18 is designated as a minor. Although a minor is not qualified to enter into a contract, he or she could be the beneficiary of a contract. Section 30 of the Indian Partnership Act of 1932 also states that if a minor cannot become a partner in the partnership company, the benefits of the business could be extended. Thus, a contract with miners can be advanced for its own benefit. When a minor contract to purchase or lease land or service involving current obligations (for example. B marriages or share acquisitions), such a contract is mandatory for the minor at the age of majority, he should not decide to revoke it within a reasonable time.  The appropriate time is indicated, although Carnell/Harrison is clear that the action on agreement, without knowing the right to refuse, is not a sufficient reason to cancel a contract.  Pre-refusal financial obligations are mandatory for minors.  A minor in a rental agreement may be sued for non-payment of rent.
 In further, in Steinberg/Scala Ltd, the recovery of payments made in Steinberg/Scala Ltd was denied and future undertakings were suspended in favour of refusal.  A minor may decide to cancel a contract before maturity (depending on the condition, but as a rule 18). The minor can make this decision at any time and, even if the contract is fully executed (both parties have fulfilled their contractual obligations), legal guardians cannot bind a minor through a contract to purchase real estate.