if one of the parties is not able (for example. B a child or a person with a mental disorder) – see: cancellation of a settlement agreement due to a lack of capacity between organisations that have participated in comparisons related to allegations of sexual abuse, consideration should be given to examining settlement agreements that may be appealed, in particular those for which the amount of the transaction is considerably low or where the applicant has not been represented on the settlement; if the NSW proposal becomes law. In particular, organizations should ensure that they exclude from any ordinary cycle of document destruction all documents, records and records relating to these settlements, in order to ensure that in the event of a challenge, documents are available to investigate the circumstances of the subdivision and respond to any challenge to the subdivision. Under contract law, there are circumstances in which a transaction agreement may be inoperative and void. . . .