Is a contract enforceable for breach of contract when the contract is not enforceable?

Alberta, Canada

The following excerpt is from Crawford v. Morrow, 2004 ABCA 150 (CanLII):

Whether or not that is so, there are legal rules for the interpretation of contracts, and breach of them is an error of law. An error of law is reviewable on the standard of correctness: Housen v. Nikolaisen, supra.

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