Beneficial Service - Binding Contracts
According to such, a contract relates service or apprenticeship is such binding on an infant - which mostly provided it is substantially to his benefit.
In Doyle v. White City Stadium in which an infant boxer was bound through one of the rules and regulations for the British Boxing Board to Control that was not favourable to him since the rules and regulations then so viewed as an intact were beneficial to him.
However in Clemens v. London and North Western Rail Co. Therefore it was held such the infant plaintiff was bound with the defendant railway company's railway method which fixed a lower rate for reimbursement to injuries than the rate fixed with the Employer's Liability Act for the reason like the company's scheme covered a wider range for injuries than the Act.
Within De Francesco v. Barnum the court held such an infant dancer was not bound through a contract of service whose terms were so bad as for literally situate the infant at the disposal about the employer. Illustrating Roberts v. Gray the infant defendant was held liable such to breach of contract through his failure to accompany the plaintiff at a European tour about play billiards because the contract was substantially to his benefit.