4. In strictly national agreements, the intention of the parties to establish a legal relationship is 18. In trade and trade agreements, the parties` intention to establish legal relationships is presumed (b) explicitly written (c) irrelevant or (d) not applicable. What types of agreements are NOT excluded from the operation of s 1 (1)? 31. All illegal agreements are ………… (a) Void- ab-initio (b) Valid c) contingent (d) opposable 37. An agreement applicable to the selection of a party(a) Valid Contract (b) Empty Contract (c) Nullity Contract (d) Illegal Contract 28. “Consensus – ad – ditto” means ……… (a) General Consensus (b) Meeting of minds on the same thing in the same direction (c) reaching an agreement (d) entering into a contract 6. Which of the following legal statements is false? (a) A legally applicable agreement is a contract [Section 2] On the contractual capacity of a minor, which of the following statements applies? In addition to the provisions of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999, the Act provides for other exceptions or means of circumventing the teaching of privity.
Which of the following statements is false? 3. The contract is defined as an enforceable agreement by law, empty section … From the Indian Contract Act. 7. The agreement whose meaning is uncertain is (a) the void (a) contains a term whose non-compliance would amount to a presumption. b) intend to establish legal relationships. c) have clear and precise concepts. (d) be communicated to the person to whom it is served. 29.
A contract entered into without the free consent of the parties is ……… (a) Validity (b) Illegal (c) Voidable (d) Void ab-initio 1.An the agreement consists of reciprocal promises between at least with regard to the security condition, which of the following statements is true? 8. …………….. is a unilateral treaty in which only one party must fulfil its promise or commitment. a) Empty contract 11. Every agreement and every promise is enforceable by law……………. (a) Offer 30. If an agreement suffers from uncertainty. It`s…………. (a) Non-multinational (b) Empty (c) Unenforceable (d) Illegal. What does the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 say? 22.
Review in a contract: a) Maybe past, present or future (b) May only be present or future (c) Only d) d) can only be the future. 35. Which of the following elements of the compensation contract is: a) Loss compensation contract (b) The loss must be incurred by the holder of damages. (c) Loss may be caused by the refuser or another person (d). 21. A telephone acceptance should be understood a) by the supplier (b) Audible to the supplier (c) by the supplier (d) everything. 23. An agreement without consideration applies if it is concluded, if it is not required in writing by one of the following types of contracts? 27. Which of the following is not likely to be dealt with? (a) a minor (b) An unhealthy person (c) A person who has been excluded from the award of the contract by law (d) all of these persons.
24. If only part of the consideration or object is illegal, the (a) is valid, to the extent that it is lawful (b) Void, to the extent that it is illegal (c) valid as a whole (d) Void as a whole. Which of the following amounts is usually an offer? (a) Out of love and affection due to a close relationship (b) Payment of a prescribed debt (c) To compensate a person who has already done something voluntarily (d) All 40 mentioned above. Both types of offences are (a) actual injuries and assumed injuries (b) actual injuries and conditional injuries (c) actual injuries and anticipatory injuries (d) actual injuries and corrective injuries 34. The phrase “Quantum Meruit” literally means – (a) How much salary (b) The fact itself (c) A contract for the sale (d) As much as one earns.