Title 13, Chapter 3, Section 20
(a) Generally the contract of a minor is voidable. If in a
contractual transaction a minor receives property or other valuable
consideration and, after arrival at the age of majority, retains
possession of such property or continues to enjoy the benefit of
such other valuable consideration, he shall have thereby ratified or
affirmed the contract and it shall be binding on him.
(b) The contract of a minor for necessaries shall be binding on him
as if he were of legal majority except that the party furnishing
them to him must prove that the parent or guardian of such minor had
failed or refused to supply sufficient necessaries for him.