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A fair and reasonable price not so greatly disproportionate to the value as to offend against fair business dealing. Under virtually all circumstances, a court will not question the quantum of consideration made between parties to a contract where both have the capacity to contract and there was no fraud or sharp dealing. The difference between adequate and sufficient consideration is that adequate consideration is fair consideration that is enforceable in a court of law while sufficient consideration is not necessarily fair but only such consideration that will support enforcement of a contract in a court of law.

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