(a)Emily is minor because she only 15 years old. Minor is a person who is under 18 years old and under the legal competence. Any contract entered into with a minor is not enforceable,unless the other person show it was fair and reasonable. https://www.consumerprotection.govt.nz/general-help/laws-policies/contracts-sales-agreements/minors-contracts-and-your-rights/ In most states a person not a minor after reaching 18 years old. Under Section 2 of Age of Majority Act 1971 states that the person who is underage which means under 18 years old is minor. However, the person who is above 18 years old is threaten as major. Section 4(a) Contracts (Amendment) Act 1976 is a contract for scholarship. It states that the agreement cannot be invalidated on the ground of his minority. The case law that can apply in this case is Government of Malaysia v Gurcharan Singh.