30. If an agreement suffers from uncertainties. It`s…….. (a) Countervailable (b) Invalid (c) Unenforceable (d) Illegal. 12. Under Section 2(e) of the Indian Contract Act, “any promise and series of promises that constitute mutual consideration is a/a) Contract (b) Agreement (c) Offer (d) Acceptance 1. An agreement consists of mutual commitments between at least 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.
11. Any agreement and promise applicable by law is ………… (a) Offer 4. In the case of purely national agreements, the intention of the parties to establish a legal relationship is 23. The agreement without consideration is valid if it is 29. A contract concluded without the free consent of the parties is …….. (a) Valid (b) Illegal (c) Countervailable (d) Invalid 5. A enters into a contract with B to beat his competitor.
Here is an example of 2. All the promises and all the promises that make the counterpart of each other are a 6. Which of the following legal statements is wrong? (a) An agreement enforceable by law is a contract [§2] 18. In trade and trade agreements, the intention of the parties to establish a legal relationship (a) exists (b) explicitly expressed in writing (c) irrelevant or all (d) not applicable. 37. A legally enforceable agreement at the choice of a party (a) Valid Contract (b) Invalid Contract (c) Contract subject to appeal (d) Illegal contract Sally enters into a salary with her employer that she receives a salary of £35,000 per year, plus a cash payment of £20,000 at the end of the year, which is not declared, which avoids control. Sally`s employer refused to pay her the £20,000. Can Sally take legal action to secure payment of £20,000? 32. A promise to give money or money in the event of a finding or finding of an uncertain event is called ………… (a) Turnover agreement (b) Unlawful agreement (c) Unlawful agreement (d) Countervailable agreement 26. . .