18. In trade and commercial agreements, the intention of the parties to establish a legal relationship is (a) presumed (b) expressly written (c) irrelevant or (d) not applicable. In certain circumstances, a tacit contract may be concluded. A contract is implied when the circumstances indicate that the parties have entered into an agreement even if they have not done so expressly. For example, John Smith, a former lawyer, may implicitly sign a contract by going to a doctor and getting examined; If the patient refuses to pay after the examination, he has broken an implied contract. An implied contractual contract is also known as a quasi-contract because it is not a contract; Rather, it is a means for the courts to remedy situations in which one party would be unfairly enriched if it were not obliged to compensate the other. Quantum Meruit`s claims are an example of this. 1. An agreement consists of mutual promises between at least one undue influence is a just doctrine that is a person who abuses a position of power over another person through a particular relationship such as between parent and child or lawyer and client. As a just doctrine, the court has discretion. If there is no special relationship, the question arises as to whether such a relationship of trust existed and which should lead to such a presumption. [112] [113] [114] 2.2 Conditional: This is the most common type of mutual promise, which is almost always a controversial topic when arguing because a government contract is being breached.

13. A promises to hand over his watch to B, and in return B promises to pay a sum of 2,000. It is said that there is an agreement (b) a proposal (c) an acceptance (d) an offer.37 A legally enforceable agreement at the option of either party(a) Valid Contract (b) Invalid Contract (c) VoidAble Contract (d) Illegal Contract 30. When an agreement suffers from uncertainty. It`s……….. (a) Voidable (b) Invalid (c) Unenforceable (d) Illegal. 6. Which of the following legal notices is incorrect? (a) A legally enforceable agreement is a contract [§ 2] 11. Any legally enforceable agreement and promise is ……………… (a) Offer The parties may be natural (“natural”) or legal persons (“companies”). An agreement is reached when an “offer” is accepted.

The parties must intend to be legally bound; and to be valid, the agreement must have both a correct “form” and a legitimate purpose. In England (and in jurisdictions that apply the principles of the English Treaty), the parties must also exchange “quid pro quos” to create “reciprocity of engagement” as in Simpkins/Country. [40] 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 appropriate way. 28. “Consensus – ad – idem” means ……. (a) General consensus (b) Meeting of opinions on the same matter along the same lines (c) Conclusion of an agreement (d) Conclusion of a contract 31. All illegal agreements are ……….. (a) Invalid ( de – initio (b) Valid (c) Quota (d) Enforceable A contract is ………….

a) A promise to do something or to abstain, to do something. (b) A notice of intent to do or refrain from doing anything(c) A series of promises. (d) A legally enforceable agreement. Final answer: (d) A legally binding agreement. 4. In the case of agreements of a purely internal nature, the intention of the parties to create a legal relationship is as follows: “A contract is an agreement that establishes and defines obligations between the parties”, the definition was given by (a) Mr. Ambedkar (b) Pollock (c) Salmonds (d) N.D.Kapoor last answer: (c) Salmonds An agreement consists of mutual promises between at least 3. The contract is defined as an agreement that is enforceable by law, see section . of the Indian Contracts Act. 25.

The term “contract” means (a) A contract is only a contract between the parties (b) A contract is a private document (c) Only private documents may be contracts (d) Contacts may be expressed in a usual and appropriate manner. 18. In trade and commercial agreements, the intention of the parties to establish a legal relationship is (a) presumed to exist, (b) be expressly expressed in writing (c) Irrelevant or complete (d) Not applicable. 36. How the Agency is established: a) By direct appointment b) implicitly c) By necessity d) All the above 32. A promise to give money or money when an uncertain event is detected or established is considered ………… (a) Paris Agreement (b) Illegal Agreement (c) Illegal Agreement (d) Questionable Agreement (c) A proposal, if accepted, becomes a promise [Section 2] 34. The term “Quantum Meruit” literally means – (a) As much as what is earned (b) Does it itself (c) A contract of sale (d) As much as what is earned. . . .

19. The offer resulting from the conduct of the parties or the circumstances of the case is called …….. (a) Implied offer (b) Express offer (c) General offer (d) Specific offer 16. With a cup of coffee in a restaurant, X Y invites you to dine at his house on a Sunday. Y hires a taxi and arrives at X`s at the agreed time, but x does not keep his promise. Can Y claim damages from X? a) Yes, because he suffered there b) No, because the intention was not to establish a legal relationship. (c) (A) or (b) (d) None of these. 24. If only part of the consideration or item is illegal, the contract is (a) valid to the extent that it is lawful (b) invalid to the extent that it is illegal (c) valid in its entirety (d) invalid in its entirety. 38. A promise of liberty may (a) be enforced (b) not executed (c) enforced in a court of law (d) None of the above promises 5.

A enters into a contract with B to defeat its competitor. This is an example of 8. ………….. is a unilateral contract in which only one party must fulfill its promise or obligation. a) Invalid contract 21. A telephone acceptance must (a) be heard by the Supplier, (b) be audible by the Supplier, (c) be understood by the Supplier, (d) all of the foregoing. Does the question refer to incorrect data/report numbers? (a) B accepts the offer (b) A receives acceptance from B (c) B has waived the letter of acceptance (d) Reasonable period 7. The agreement whose meaning is uncertain is (a) Invalid (a) Out of love and affection due to a close relationship (b) Pay a prescribed debt (c) Compensate a person who has already done something voluntarily (d) All 39 above. If A B makes an offer on a specific day, A`s offer can be revoked before the age of 23. A no-quid pro quo agreement is valid if it is entered into (a) contains a clause whose non-compliance would amount to acceptance. (b) intend to establish legal relations.

(c) have specific and unambiguous terms. (d) be communicated to the person to whom it is made. (a) Partial & Qualified(b) Absolute & Unqualified(c) Partial & Unqualified(d) Absolute & Qualified 2. Each promise and set of promises that make up the counterpart for each other is a/year 40. The two types of violations are (a) actual violation and alleged violation (b) actual violation and conditional violation (c) actual violation and anticipated violation (d) actual violation and remedy 27. (a) A minor (b) A person with an unhealthy mind (c) A person who has been excluded from the contract by law (d) All of these 35. Which of the following points is the essential part of the indemnification contract: (a) Indemnity contract (b) The damage must be inflicted on the indemnity holder. (c) The loss may be caused by the promisor or any other person (d) All of the foregoing.

29. A contract concluded without the free consent of the parties is ……. (a) Valid (b) Illegal (c) Objectionable (d) Invalid from the beginning The performance of one party is subject to the performance of an obligation by the other party. If such a party does not fulfill its contractual obligation, the first party cannot keep its promise. The assessment of the cross-compliance or other conditionality of an undertaking depends on the facts and circumstances of the case. Let`s take a look at the previous image. If contracts “A” and “B” also require “A” to construct a road leading to the proposed bridge so that “B” can bring heavy machinery and equipment to the site, then a breach of “A” would affect this obligation to fulfill the capacity of “B”, its part of the contract […].