Indian Contract Act Query



What do you mean by void agreements????????Are agreement of social, religious, and moral nature void, if not then whats the logic.PLease help. Thanks in advance

 
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B.Com(H) ,CS Final

As per Scetion 2(g) of Indian Contarct Act, " A agreement which is not enforceable by law is void"

It means those agreements upon which you can't sue the other party !!

 
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B.Com(H) ,CS Final

Yes, the agreement of social, religious, and moral nature void

becuse you can't sue someone,

For example, for not going with you for a walk or for a temple, etc. after promising you !!

These are void ab-initio (from the begining) !!

 
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B.Com(H) ,CS Final

 

Another example,

 

If u promise your friend to discover treasure by magic,

 

then your friend can't sue you for not doing so....!!

 

I hope the point is clear to you.......!!

Regards:-

 
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You may note the distinction between VOID ageements and ILLEGAL agreements. All illegal  agreements are void but all void agreements need not be illegal.

 

 

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