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All Contracts Are Agreement But All Agreements Are Not Contract Comment

Traditionally, “an agreement that is not applicable by law is considered invalid.” [sec 2(g)] An agreement is an absolute restriction of judicial proceedings;Section 28; BACKGROUND:- Section 2 (d) of the Contracts Act is defined for remuneration. Section 2 states that an agreement reached without consideration is non-acute, except:- a) natural love and affection. Section 25 of the Contracts Act must have a close relationship between the contracting parties. The promise must be made by a party of natural love and affection for the other. The promise should be written and recorded. b) Compensation for past voluntary benefits p. 25 (2) in Sindha v.Abrahim-1895 Bombay: The promise to compensate, albeit without consideration, is binding because of this exception. The exception also applies to a situation in which there is a commitment to do something voluntary” c) Promise to pay prescribed debts: Sec.25 (3): the commitment must be to pay all or part of a prescribed debt, that is, a debt for which the creditor could have imposed payment, but for the law limiting the remedy. The undertaking must be written and signed by the person who must be the subject of the undertaking. Fall Gobind Das v. Sarju das-1908, Ganesh Prasad v.Mt. Rambati Bai-1942.

If the agreement is made not to work all life in exchange for a new home, it is not considered a valid contract since it holds the trade in your hand. The first thing we need to know is what a treaty is. The definition of a contract in Section 2 (h) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, is given as follows: According to Section 2, any commitment and combination of promises that quo back for each other is an agreement. The definition clearly shows that an agreement is promising. Section 2 defines the promise to mean that when a person is made with the proposal, he or she agrees, which means that the proposal will be adopted. A proposal, if passed, becomes a promise. We can say that an agreement is a proposal adopted. The definition process shows that a treaty is an agreement, an agreement is a promise and a promise is an accepted proposal. An agreement is therefore only reached if one party makes a proposal or an offer to the other and the other agrees. In short, any agreement is the result of a proposal on the one hand and its acceptance on the other.