I know it is different for each country, but I don't think there's a huge difference when it comes to obligations and contracts law.
Anyone here familiar with the law on ObliCon?
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A valid contract needs to be created with consent of both parties.
Consent is void if it was gained via fraud , undue influence or without full mutual intentions.
I assume you wouldn't know it was a bogus company, in which case your minds were not met and you couldn't have given consent.
You also obviously can't be legally bound to a contract that is illegal in any of its parts.
This means that you can't sign a contract or an agreement that stipulates you waive your right to overtime pay or any other benefits and requirements set by law.1