31. All illegal agreements are ………… (a) Void- ab-initio (b) Valid c) contingent (d) enforceable 18. In trade and trade agreements, the parties` intention to establish legal relationships is presumed (b) explicitly written (c) irrelevant or (d) not applicable. 23. An agreement without consideration is valid if it is made 4. In agreements of a purely national nature, the intention of the parties to establish a legal relationship is 6. Which of the following legal statements is false? (a) An enforceable contract is a contract [section 2] 30. If an agreement suffers from uncertainty. It`s…………. (a) Non-multinational (b) Empty (c) Unenforceable (d) Illegal.
3. The contract is defined as an enforceable agreement by law, empty section … From the Indian Contract Act. 37. An agreement applicable to the selection of a party(a) Valid Contract (b) Empty Contract (c) Nullity Contract (d) Illegal Contract 11. Every agreement and every promise is enforceable by law……………. (a) Offer 28. “Consensus – ad – ditto” means ……… a) General Consensus b) Meeting of minds on the same thing in the same direction (c) Getting an agreement (d) to enter into a contract 1.An agreement consists of reciprocal promises between at least What are the terms of a valid and binding contract? 38. A promised gratuitous may (a) be taxed (b) Not to be imposed (c) in court (d) Void. What are the following statements regarding the need for security? 32.
A promise to give money or money when determining or finding an uncertain event is called ………….. (a) Betting Agreement (b) Illegal Agreement (c) Illegal Agreement (d) Nullity Agreement 40. Both types of offences are (a) actual injuries and assumed injuries (b) actual injuries and conditional injuries (c) actual injuries and anticipatory injuries (d) actual injuries and corrective injuries 7. The agreement, whose meaning is uncertain, is (a) empty 17. Which of the following has the right order. (a) offer, acceptance, consideration, offer. (b) offer, acceptance, consideration, contract (c) contract, acceptance, consideration, offer. (d) offer, consideration, acceptance, contract.
(a) contain a term whose non-compliance would amount to a presumption. b) intend to establish legal relationships. c) have clear and precise concepts. (d) be communicated to the person to whom it is served. c) A proposal, if adopted, becomes a commitment [section 2] Which of the following acceptance assumptions is true? 8. …………….. is a unilateral treaty in which only one party must fulfil its promise or commitment. a) Empty contract 25. The term “private” means (a) A contract is only a contract between the parties (b) A contract is a private document (c) Only private documents can be contracts (d) Contacts can be expressed in a usual and reasonable manner.
Answer the following questions, then tap “Send” to get your score. An offer can be terminated in a number of ways. Which of the following options is NOT an effective way to terminate an offer? . 22. Review in a contract: a) Maybe past, present or future (b) May only be present or future (c) Only d) d) can only be the future. 26. Under the Treaty of India Act, a third party (a) beneficiary of the contract may bring legal action (b) From which the consideration is a party, it may bring an action (c) cannot bring an action, even if the consideration has been denied. (d) cannot complain at all in the event of a lack of contractual power. 2.
Each promise and promise that constitutes the consideration for each other is a 24.