How to Tame a Wild Tongue is a chapter from the book titled Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza written by the author, Gloria E. Anzaldua. In this particular chapter the writer talks about her Chicana life in a time filled with immigration controversies where Latinos surviving in the United States struggled to find their national identity and a language to speak freely without shame and fear. Hispanic immigrants or Hispanics born in the United States are mentally tortured by the dominant English language and culture into changing into something that is neither English nor Spanish but an assortment of both. Anzaldúa targets Chicano readers who share her experience to find a definite identity and American readers as well in order to better understand Chicano life.
CAPACITY TO CONTRACT
Legal capacity is thought as the energy provided under rules to an all natural person or juridical person to enter binding contracts, and also to sue and be sued in its own name.
In order to be bound by a agreement, a person will need to have the legal potential to form a contract to begin with. This legal ability is named capacity to written agreement. Both functions in a agreement must have the necessary mental capacity to comprehend what they are doing. Under common legislation anyone gets the right to enter a contract, aside from minors, people who have mental impairment and also individuals who are under the influence of drugs or alcoholic beverages. For your person to avoid a contract on the ground of these incapacity, they must also show that they lacked capacity to enter a deal and that the other get together knew or ought to have known their incapacity.