Other legal requirements – An agreement must meet the requirements or formalities required by a particular law. An agreement must be written, certified and registered if required by a law in india. Some agreements, such as z.B.:- EXPLICITELY DECLARED VOID AGREEMENT, there are certain agreements that are expressly cancelled. They are written as follows: (1) Agreement by a minor or an unhealthy-minded person. [Sec.11] (2) Agreement whose consideration or purpose is unlawful [p.23)] (3) Agreement reached as a result of a bilateral factual error essential to the agreement (4) Agreement whose consideration or purpose is partially unlawful and the illegal part cannot be separated from the legal part [p.24] of the Agreement. No quid pro quo. [Sec 25)] (6) Agreement on the Limitation of Marriage [p.26)] (7) Trade Restriction Agreement [p.27)] (8) Agreement on the Limitation of Judicial Procedures [p.28)] (9) Agreements, Their meaning is uncertain [p. 29)] (10) Agreements as a commitment [p.30)] (11) Agreements that depend on impossible events [S.S.36)] (12) Agreements on Impossible Acts [S.A.S.56)] An agreement reached by a minor, agreement without consideration , certain arrangements against public order, etc. To enter into a contract, it is important that no contract is possible without an agreement, but we cannot say that all contracts are contracts. Section 2 of the Contracts Act states that “the contract is a legally enforceable agreement.” All the chords, see the movies.
B, is not a contract, if the offer is accepted, then it promises. The promise is followed by reflection, then it agrees and if an agreement is enforceable by law, then it becomes CONTRACT, see below: – i) proposal – acceptance – PROMISE ii) promise – reflection – agreement iii) agreement – enforceable – contract This article is written by Anjali Dhingra, I Year Student, B.B.A. LL.B, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. In this article, the author discusses contracts and agreements and the difference between the two. The article also deals with what contracts are and what is not. All of these agreements that comply with the conditions mentioned in Section 10 of the Indian Contracts Act are contracts. Section 10 is like sub – the first thing we need to know, what a treaty is. The definition of a contract is given in Section 2 (h) of the Indian Contract Act in 1872: contracts have always been an indispensable part of our lives. Knowingly or unknowingly, we enter into a contract for hundreds of times in one year.