The provisions or paragraphs relating to invalid and countervailable contracts under the Indian Contracts Act are not only simplistic, but also extremely clear. The fact that this law is still applicable to this day without the need for amendments is a testimony to its element. In addition, it takes a protective approach to contract law, in that it protects individuals from compliance with inappropriate, illegal and immoral obligations of an agreement that can cause them heavy losses. For some people, it is extremely easy to influence other people who might be at a weak point in negotiation and are thus exploited. Provisions such as this prevent these agreements from having legal or formal powers. 11. Null contract 2 (j): a contract becomes unenforceable if it is no longer applicable by law. In the following cases, an agreement without consideration is not concluded: 7. contract 2 (h): a legally enforceable agreement is a contract.
· The parties must reach the age of majority, which is eighteen years. An agreement with a minor is considered unassured (Mohri Bibi v Dharmodas Ghose, 1903), section 92 of the Indian Evidence Act, according to which, where the terms of such a contract, agreement or other provision relating to ownership or any other matter prescribed by law are to be reduced to the form of a document, in accordance with the last section, no evidence of an oral agreement or declaration between the parties to such a document or its representatives may be admitted in the interest of contradicting, varying, supplementing or inferring their conditions. However, its reservation (2) is an exception to the fact that, if there is a separate oral agreement on a matter in which the document remains silent and the conditions are inconsistent, the oral agreement may be considered valid. In addition, reservation (3) is an exception to the fact that, if there is a separate oral agreement which constitutes a condition precedent for the application of an obligation under such a contract, an oral agreement may also be proved. 3. Fraud (section 17): « fraud » means any act or concealment of essential facts or misrepresentations made knowingly by a party, with its duality or by its agent, for the purpose of deceiving another party of its agent or inciting it to enter into the contract. Simple silence is not a scam. a contractor is not required to disclose all or part of the other party.
There are two exceptions where even simple silence can be fraud, one is where there is a duty to speak, so silence is fraud. or if silence is in itself synonymous with language, such silence is a scam. There are other laws in the country that disqualify certain people from signing the contract….