A. A veteran who is entitled to benefits under the servicemen's readjustment act of 1944 (P.L. 78-346; 58 Stat. 284), or the spouse of that veteran, is not under legal disability by reason of minority to make any contract and any contract made by that veteran or spouse is not invalid or voidable by reason of the minority of the veteran or spouse.
B. A person who is married to an adult is not under legal disability because of that person's minority to make a contract and a contract made by that person is not invalid or voidable because of that person's minority.
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