• What Is Free Consent?
    option of the party whose consent was so caused. Comparison between coercion and undue influence: Similarities: In case of both coercion and undue influence, the consent is not free and the contract is voidable at the option of the aggrieved party. 3. FRAUD Meaning and essential elements of fraud...
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  • Pestle Analysis of Uae
    ) Mistake [Section 20, 21,22] Fraud (17) Effect of absence of Free Consent :- If consent coercion, undue influence, fraud , Misrepresentation the contract is voidable at the option of party whose consent was not free [19, 19A] The term fraud means a take representation of facts made willfully...
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  • Indian Contract Act
    ” Enforceable by law {u/s 2(h)} By analysis of this definition we find that a contract consists of two elements 1) An Agreement 2) Enforceability by law Consent and free consent Consent: Generally speaking, the word consent means agreeing that something should...
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  • Contract Act
    acceptance. There must be valid consideration also. (2)Free Consent of parties Free Consent is one of the essential ingredient required for a contract to be valid in the eye of law. It must be made with a free mind. As per Section 13 of the Act two or more persons are said to consent when they agree...
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  • Ipc Question Papers
    (3) Anticipatory breach of contract (4) Free consent. March / April – 2010 Law of Contract : Paper – I (Sec 1 to 75 Ind. Cont. Act) (New Course) 1. Define the proposal, give it's essentials. OR 1. "All contracts are agreements but all agreements are not contracts". Discuss. 2. State the...
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  • Free Consent
    prove that: a. Full disclosure of facts was made. b. The price (consideration was adequate) c. The dominated party was in a position to get free advice. d. The dominated party gave free consent. EFFECTS OF UNDUE INFLUENCE: The contract is voidable at the option of the party whose consent...
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  • law for engineer
    Consideration Certainty Capacity Free consent However, when there is no provision in Contract Act 1950 (Act 136) (Revised 1974) to deal with particular subject or the subject is covered by the act but the provision relating to the subject are not exhaustive, English law applies virtue of the...
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  • Discuss the essential elements of a valid contract?
    : - An acceptance of that offer or proposal. What agreement are contracts? All agreements are not studied under the Indian Contract Act, assome of them are not contracts. The Contract Act is the law of thoseagreements, which create obligations, and in case of a breech of a promise byone party...
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  • Essential of Contract
    . Want of capacity arises from minority, lunacy, idiocy, drunkenness, and similar other factors. If any of the parties to the agreement suffers from any such disability, the agreement is not enforceable by law, except in some special cases. 5. Free Consent: - In order to be enforceable, an agreement...
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  • Contratc Act
    capacity – agreement not enforceable except in certain cases Minority Lunacy Idiocy Drunkenness 5. Free and genuine consent Consent is said to be free when parties are of same mind on all material terms of the contract. Consensus ad idem – Knowledge about – subject matter of...
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  • Bussiness Law
    consideration whether there has been free consent to an agreement so as to render it a contract under section 10 of the Contracts Act. The definition of ‘coercion’ seems covers duress at common law which has traditionally meant actual violence or threats of violence to the person of the contracting...
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  • Exam Notes
    by law. According to Indian Contract Act 1872 Section 2(h) defined. “An agreement enforceable by law is a contract.” Hence, agreement and legal enforceability creates an agreement as contract. Section 10 defines “All Agreements are contracts if they are made by the free consent of parties, competent...
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  • Contract
    agreements but all agreements are not contracts. An agreement, to be enforceable by law, must possess the essential elements of a valid contract as contained in section 10 of the Indian Contract Act. According to Section 10, "All agreements are contract if they are made by the free consent of the parties...
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  • Kha Research
     Effect of Coercion and Undue Influence Sr. No # Topics Page No # 1. Definition of Consent 02 2. Definition of Free consent 02 3. Concercion 02 4. Literal meaning of Coercion 02 5. What is Contract Coercion 02 6. Definition 02 7. Definition of Corecion...
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  • Free Consent
    FREE CONSENT Meaning * Agreement or act of assenting to an offer * No consent no contract Free ConsentConsent is said to free when it is not caused by * Coercion * Undue influence * Fraud * Misrepresentation * Mistake Flaw in consent...
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  • The Law of Contract 1872
    agreement that can be enforceable by law.   An agreement is  an offer and its acceptance.  An agreement which can be enforceable by law must have some essential elements. According to Section 10 "All agreements are contracts if they are made by the free consent of the parties competent to contract...
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  • Business law
    http://www3.uninsubria.it/uninsubria/allegati/pagine/1438/Prof_Mootz.pdf http://www.lawnix.com/cases/hyde-wrench.html Capacity and free consent in the Malaysian law http://www.agc.gov.my/Akta/Vol.%203/Act%20136.pdf http://www.lexisnexis.com/lawschool/study/outlines/html/contracts/contracts01...
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  • Business Law
    * ------------------------------------------------- Case law(Ranganayakamma V/s Alwar Shetty):- A young girl of 13 years was forced to adopt a boy to her husband who had just died by the relatives of the husband who prevented the removal of his body for cremation until she consented. Held, the consent was not free but was induced by...
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  • Contract's Act
    ➢ Lawful consideration ➢ Parties competent to contractFree consent ➢ In writing or registered where required • Contract can be valid, void, voidable, illegal, unenforceable, executed, executor, contingent and quasi. • A valid proposal must be made by express...
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  • Basics of Law of Contract
    , the following clauses should be present in the same. 1. There should be some consideration offered for the agreement. 2. The parties should be competent to contract. 3. The consent to the agreement should be free. 4. The object of the agreement should be lawful. Consideration This is one of...
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