# Practice Test

Q1) Statement of lowest price at which the vendor would sell his good constitutes: Show Answer

Q2) The Law of contract is nothing but - Show Answer

Q4) A & B, being traders enter upon a contract's has private information of a change in prices which would affect B's willingness to proceed with the contract .Is A bound to inform,B ? Show Answer

Q5) A agrees with B to discover treasure by magic .The agreement is Show Answer

Q6) All agreement in restraint of trade are void & there are no exceptions to this rule Show Answer

Q7) In case of special condition or terms in a contract ,the offeree is not bound or deemed to have accepted if such conditions Show Answer

Q8) L says to J,'I shall sell my house, will you buy?" J says "Yes, I shall buy" The agreement is void due to Show Answer

Q9) Where a contract has to be inferred from the conduct of parties ,it is called Show Answer

Q10) A ,B & C jointly promised to pay Rs.30,000 to D .For recovery of this amount ,D filed a suit against A only .Is he justified ? Show Answer

Q11) A stranger to contract Show Answer

Q12) A promise to indemnify a firm of printers & publishers of a paper against consequences of publishing a libel Show Answer

Q13) A & B contract to marry each other ,before the time fixed for the marriage, A goes mad. The contract becomes Show Answer

Q14) Where there is a difficulty in interpretation ,it cannot be considered as vagueness for making an agreement void u/s 29 Show Answer

Q15) Sec.68 to 72 of the Indian Contract Act deal with Show Answer

Q16) In case of pardanashin women ,the burden of proof lies with Show Answer

Q17) When two or more persons have made a joint promise ,then, unless a country intention appears from the contract all such persons must fulfill the promise Show Answer

Q18) An agreement by a newspaper proprietor not to comment on the conduct of a particular person is Show Answer

Q19) A agrees to pay Rs.50 lakh to B if he brings on the earth a star from the sky. This agreement is Show Answer

Q20) Section 27 of the Indian contract act declares an agreement in restraint of trade as Show Answer

Q21) A contract is Show Answer

Q22) A contract to marry a person shall be performed by Show Answer

Q23) G books a ticket with airlines from Delhi to Chennai on 16th June, date of travel being 16th July Indian Airlines has to perform its part of contract on 16th July. this is an example of Show Answer

Q24) Illegal agreement are Show Answer

Q25) Where in alternative promise ,one part is illegal, only the legal part can be enforced Show Answer

Q26) Which of these are opposed to public policy Show Answer

Q27) Contractual rights & duties are created by Show Answer

Q28) A contract which is valid initially however ,ceases to be enforceable subsequently Show Answer

Q29) All illegal agreement are void; but all void agreement are not illegal Show Answer

Q30) As per section 2(e) of the Indian contract act 'every promise & every set of promise forming the consideration for each other is a/an Show Answer

Q31) Indian Contract Act, 1872 is passed by Show Answer

Q32) Which of the following is void ? Show Answer

Q33) The law of contract in India is contained in Show Answer

Q34) An agreement enforceable by law is a Show Answer

Q35) A void agreement is one which is Show Answer

Q36) An agreement enforceable by law through one or more parties, but not at the option of other or other is Show Answer

Q37) All promises collateral to main illegal promise contained in a contract will be regarded as Show Answer

Q38) An agreement is void if it is opposed to public policy. Which of the following is not covered by heads of public policy ? Show Answer

Q39) On the valid performance of the contractual obligations by the parties, the contract Show Answer

Q40) Which of these is correct ? Show Answer

Q41) Which one is void ab initio i.e. void form the very beginning Show Answer

Q42) Is the statement true or false;" All contracts are agreements but all agreement are not contract." Show Answer

Q43) S agrees to sell is DVD player to R promising to the deliver at the date of payments. R promises to the pay the amount, one month hence. This is an example of Show Answer

Q44) A agrees to pay Rs 50,000 to B if he kills C the agreement is Show Answer

Q45) A sells the goodwill of his business to B & agrees with him to refrain from carrying on a similar business within specified local limits .This contract is Show Answer

Q46) An agreement which is enforceable by law at the option of one or more of the parties theoreon but not at the option of the other is a Show Answer

Q47) Mr. A books a ticket with spice Jet from Delhi to Bangalore on 16th June, date journey being 16th august. This is example of Show Answer

Q48) R.an optical ,S as the assistance for a term of 3 years & S agrees not to practice as a surgeon during this period .This contract is Show Answer

Q49) Implied contract ,even if not in writing or express words,is perfectly ____if other conditions are satisfied Show Answer

Q50) F promised to pay his son S a sum of Rs.1 lakh if S, passed C.A. exams in the first attempt ., S passed the exam in the first attempt , but F failed to pay the amount as promised . S files a suit for recovery of the amount . State whether S can recover the amount under the Indian Contract Act 1872. Show Answer

Q51) A asks B a watch repairer, to repair his watch without forming any contractual relationship, still a legal relationship has arisen and it will create ---------- Show Answer

Q52) Voidable Contract are: Show Answer

Q55) A contract where both the parties have fulfilled their respective obligation is called : Show Answer

Q56) A contract where both the parties are still to perform their respective promise is called : Show Answer

Q57) A contract when Only one party has to parform his promise is called : Show Answer

Q58) A contract in which is both the parties have to perform the promises is called : Show Answer

Q59) A contract is Show Answer

Q60) An agreement not enforceable by law is said to be void under Section of the Indian Contract Act Show Answer

Q62) On 1st July, Mr. D agree to buy M's cycle by promisng to pay cash on 15th july. M agrees to deliver the cycle on 20th july. This is a case of Show Answer

Q65) Legal obligation means a duty enforceable by Show Answer

Q66) Compensation for voluntary services Show Answer

Q67) Only one party due to perform Show Answer

Q68) Law of contract is Show Answer

Q69) A contract is said to be executed when it has been performed wholly on Show Answer

Q71) Which of these is correct ? Show Answer

Q72) The Indian Contract Act, 1872 came into force on Show Answer

Q73) The Indian Contract Act, 1872 applies to Show Answer

Q74) The Indian Contract Act does not have a ---------------- Show Answer

Q75) The Contract Act, 1872, is based on the principals of Show Answer

Q76) An agreement not enforceable by law is said to be : Show Answer

Q77) A / an ----------- is a contract which was enforceable by law when originally created but due to happening of some evens, it ceases to be enforceble by law. Show Answer

Q78) The meaning of an agreement must be Show Answer

Q79) The Indian Contract Act, 1872 received its assent on Show Answer

Q80) The condition for enforceability of an agreement is defined in --------- of Indian Contract Act Show Answer

Q81) Contract is defined as an agreement enforable by law , vide Section of the Indian Contract Act Show Answer

Q82) Which of the following are not essential elements for a valid contract. Show Answer

Q83) Agreement is defined in Section of the Indian Contract Act Show Answer

Q84) The usual presumption is that the parties intend to create legal relations. Show Answer

Q86) Cash withdrawn through ATM of a Bank is: Show Answer

Q87) A agrees to buy from B a certain dogs .it turns out that the dog was dead at the time of bargin ,though neither party was aware of the fact Show Answer

Q88) Where an agreement is entered into between two parties and in a real life its impossible to perform such agreement then such agreements are called as : Show Answer

Q89) The first step in creating an agreement is Show Answer

Q90) An agreement of purely domestic and social nature is Show Answer

Q91) Contractual right and duties are created by : Show Answer

Q92) Raj agree to sell 5 tone of oil to Ramesh at whatever price Ramesh may pay. The agreement is void for Show Answer

Q93) A promise to pay for the past voluntary service to be binding Show Answer

Q94) A one - sided contract in which only one party has to perform his promises called. Show Answer

Q95) Agreements the meaning of which is not certain ,or capable of being made certain are Show Answer

Q96) If a certain agreement is expressly declared to be void by the law of a country, then such agreement, if entered into,-------- enforceable by the court. Show Answer

Q97) Case Balfour vs.Balfour deals with Show Answer

Q98) A contract creates Show Answer

Q99) Jus in rem means Show Answer

Q100) A right which can be exercised only against the other party with whom the contract is entered is called Show Answer

Q101) A contract creates------------ Show Answer

Q102) In commercial and business agreements, the intention of the parties to create legal relationship is - Show Answer

Q103) Who said " Contract is an agreement creating and defining obligations between parties" ? Show Answer

Q105) Where a contract is good in substance but because of some technical defect cannot be enforced by law is called ---------- Show Answer

Q106) H, in coolie uniform at the railway station carried the luggage of Z, a passenger, from the platform to the taxi stand without being the asked by Z to do so and Z does no attempt to stop him from carrying the luggage. In this case, Z ------------ to make payment to H. Show Answer

Q107) Yatra travels operates AC buses from Mumbai to Nasik. The bus is standing at the bus stop in Mumbai waiting for passenger travelling to Nasik and is ready for departure. There is an -------------- for passengers to board. The bus Show Answer

Q108) A ----------- is either judgment of a Court or a recognisance Show Answer

Q109) A ----------------- is the one which derives its binding force form its form alone Show Answer

Q110) Mr. X owns a flat in Channai. He is entitled to quiet possession and enjoyment of his property. This is called Show Answer

Q111) One of the clauses in an agreement is not a formal or legal agreement, and shall not be subjected to legal jurisdiction in a court of law". In such case, the agreement is Show Answer

Q112) ----------------- is presumed in an commercial agreement. Show Answer

Q113) A saves B's property from fire Show Answer

Q114) Jus in personam means Show Answer

Q115) A stranger to a contract means

Q116) In case of trusts, the beneficiary, being a stranger to a contract

Q117) In case of family settlement, the person for whose benefit the provision is made under the family arrangement and is a stranger to the contract

Q118) The expression "privity of contract" means Show Answer

Q119) An assignee being a stranger to a contract Show Answer

Q120) The doctrine of privity of a contract means that a contract is a ----------- between the parties to the agreement Show Answer

Q121) Who can enter into an agreement with a person that has been declared insolvent ? Show Answer

Q122) The Indian Contract Act, 1872 extends to - Show Answer

Q123) Every contract is an agreement but every agreement is not a contract. This statement is - Show Answer

Q124) Status obligations arise: Show Answer

Q125) Which one of the following is an essential element of a valid contract? Show Answer

Q126) Under the Indian Contract Act 1872, which of the following is not an essential element of a Valid Contract? Show Answer

Q127) In relation to a contract the term "Consensus-ad- idem" under the Indian Contact act 1872 means: Show Answer

Q128) A promise to pay Rs. 1000 to B if B writes 100 pages in one minute. This is known as Show Answer

Q129) A invites B for his son's wedding. B accepts the invitation. In this case, there is a / an - Show Answer

Q130) A invites B for his son's wedding. B accepts the invitation. In this case, there is an agreement but no contract, since - Show Answer

Q131) F promised to pay his son S a sum of ? 1 lakh if S passed C.A. exams in the first attempt. S passed the exam in the first attempt, but F failed to pay the amount as promised. S files a suit for recovery of the amount. State whether S can recover the amount under the Indian Contract Act, 1872. Show Answer

Q132) In commercial and business agreements, the intention of the parties to create legal relationship is - Show Answer

Q133) In agreements of purely domestic / social nature, the intention of the parties to create legal relationship is - Show Answer

Q134) Mohan invited Sohan for a dinner. Sohan by expending Rupees 200 went to Mohan's house. By the time Sohan reached Mohan's house it was locked and Sohan stayed in a Hotel. Can sohan ________ Show Answer

Q135) D was enfeebled by disease. B his medical attendant influenced him to agree to pay B an unreasonable sum for his professional services. D's consent is not free and is based on undue influence. This contract is Show Answer

Q136) _______ does not effect the free consent of the parties. Show Answer

Q137) Voidable Contract is one which: Show Answer

Q138) When the contract is perfectly valid in its substance but cannot be enforced because of certain technical defects. This is called a/an - Show Answer

Q139) _______ is good in substance, but suffers from technical defect like Non-Registration. Show Answer

Q140) Drawing cash from ATM, sale by fall of hammer at an auction sale, etc, are examples of - Show Answer

Q141) â€¦â€¦â€¦. is a one-sided contract in which only one party has to perform his promise or obligation. Show Answer

Q142) G books a ticket with Indian Airlines from Delhi to Chennai on 16th June, date of travel being 16th July. Indian Airlines has to perform its part of contract on 16th July. This is an example of - Show Answer

Q143) Where the obligation or promise in a contract is outstanding on the part of both parties, it is called - Show Answer

Q144) _______ Contract is made without any intention of parties Show Answer

Q145) The proposal given by one party to another which enter into legal binding of 'to do or not to do 'any thing is a Show Answer

Q146) Acceptance on telephone is complete: Show Answer

Q147) A, by a letter dated 10th January 2008, offers to sell his house to B for Rs 10 Lakhs. The letter reaches B on 17th January. B sends his acceptance on 18th January 2008 which reaches A on 25th January, Here, he communication of offer is complete on : Show Answer

Q148) Raj offers to sell his car via internet to Kumar, It is a : Show Answer

Q149) Agreement to sell Show Answer

Q150) A counter offer is --------- Show Answer

Q151) The offer lapses when the offeree : Show Answer

Q152) The offer lapses by the death of offeror, if the fact of the death comes to the knowledge of offeree : Show Answer

Q153) An acceptance is not according to the mode prescribed, but the offeror decides to keep quite. In such a case, these is : Show Answer

Q154) A letter of acceptance sufficiently stamped and duly addressed is put into course of transmission There is : Show Answer

Q155) Communication of an offer may be by: Show Answer

Q156) Under Section 2 (c) of Indian Contract Act, Promisor is the person: Show Answer

Q157) The acceptance of an offer, in ignorance of the fact of death or insanity of the offeror, is: Show Answer

Q158) If the offeree has acceptance in ignorance of death of offeror it is a : Show Answer

Q160) If A offers B to buy his scooter for Rs.5,000only when B sells his bicycle to him for Rs.500, B accepted to buy A's scooted but does not sell his bicycle. It is an : Show Answer

Q161) In telephonic conversation, the acceptance is completed when : Show Answer

Q162) When the acceptance is given on telephone or fax, the place of contract is : Show Answer

Q163) X offer to sell to his house to Y for Rs. 10 lakhs and states in his letter that the offer would be considered as accepted if acceptance is not communicated, within a certain time. Here, the latter of X would : Show Answer

Q164) The offeror becomes bound only when : Show Answer

Q165) B's son is lost. A goes in search of B's son. Meanwhile, B makes an offer to pay Rs.1,000 to the finder of his son. A finds B's son. Can A claim Rs. 1,000 from B? Show Answer

Q166) M/s Law Book Company made an offer to sell a new law book released recently only to the members bar Council. This offer is called : Show Answer

Q167) where the seller is bound to send the goods to the buyer as per the agreement , & there is no specific time limit goods shall be delivered within Show Answer

Q168) A, by a letter dated 15th March ,offer to sell his car to B, who posts his acceptance on 20th march ,here Show Answer

Q169) A, by a letter ,offer to sell his mobile to B,for Rs.20,000.without knowing A's offer ,B ,by a letter ,offers to buy the same mobile from A for Rs.20,000 ,Here Show Answer

Q170) in case of illegal agreement the collateral agreement are Show Answer

Q171) when goodwill of the firm is sold ,the partners agree with the buyer ,not to carry out similar business specified period or within the specific local limits .this agreement is restraint is valid provided the restriction imposed are Show Answer

Q172) an acceptance must be Show Answer

Q173) The offer of promiser to perform must be made to Show Answer

Q174) An offer accepted without knowledge does not confer any legal on the acceptor Show Answer

Q175) Boarding the bus running in a route to carry passengers is : Show Answer

Q176) Which of the following is an invitation to offer ? Show Answer

Q177) Silence constitute a valid acceptance only if Show Answer

Q178) Which of the following condition is not necessary for a valid offer ? Show Answer

Q179) Which of the following is an offer ? Show Answer

Q180) Where a letter of acceptance sent by the post is lost in transit there is Show Answer

Q181) Display of goods in the shop for sale with price tags in Big Bazaar where self system is allowed is: Show Answer

Q182) No contract can arise ,if the Show Answer

Q183) Communication of a person is complete when it comes to the knowledge of the person to whom it is made Show Answer

Q184) The finding that the business of the firm cannot be carried on except at a loss ,is a sufficient ground for the court to order Show Answer

Q185) X offered to purchase shares in a company by writing a letter on 1st may .The co.allotted shares on 1st Nov. of that year .X refused the shares ,is X's action valid ? Show Answer

Q186) In case of acceptance on phone ,the contract is made at the place Show Answer

Q187) The term Proposal used in the Indian contract act is synonymous with the term Show Answer

Q188) All agreement of champerty or maintenance are not illegal in India Show Answer

Q189) The juristic concept of contract consist of Show Answer

Q190) When the offers made by two persons to each other containing similar terms of bargain cross each other in past,they are known as Show Answer

Q192) A general offer made to the public at large is valid ,& binding contract is made with a person who having the knowledge of the offer Show Answer

Q193) Communication of the offer & acceptance can be made only when the parties are face to face Show Answer

Q194) Quotation of price is a Show Answer

Q195) L offered to take a house on lease for a period of 3 years at Rs.1 lakh p.a if the house was 'put through repairs & rooms were handsomely decorated'.here there is no offer since Show Answer

Q197) Death of offeree before acceptance terminates the offer Show Answer

Q198) In a self-service department store ,a valid contract is concluded by offer & its acceptance ,when Show Answer

Q199) Which of the following results in an offer Show Answer

Q200) An offer to be valid must be communicated to the person to whom it is made Show Answer

Q201) X owes Rs.500 to his friend Y .Y assures X that he will not file a suit against X . Does this assurance of Y constitute 'a valid Proposal' in legal sense of term ? Show Answer

Q202) A promise to paint a picture for B .B afterwards forbids him to do so .in such case Show Answer

Q203) M offers to sell his car for Rs.3.8 lakhs to N.N says he would buy it for Rs.3.5 lakhs.This is a case of Show Answer

Q204) An offer is made to Mr.Zak in a crowd,It : Show Answer

Q205) Which of the following is false ? An offer to be valid must Show Answer

Q206) Which of the following is false? An acceptance Show Answer

Q207) The offer may lapse : Show Answer

Q208) A proposal when accepted becomes Show Answer

Q209) On the acceptance of an offer by offeree Show Answer

Q210) A, by a letter dated 25th December ,1998 ,offers to sell his house to B for Rs.10 lakhs.The letter reaches B on 27th December ,1998 , who posts his acceptance on 28th December,1998 which relates A on 30th december,1998.Here the communication of offer is complete on Show Answer

Q211) A, by a letter dated 25th December ,1998 ,offers to sell his house to B for Rs.10 lakhs.The letter reaches B on 27th December ,1998 , who posts his acceptance on 28th December,1998 which relates A on 30th december,1998. , the communication of acceptance is complete against A on 28th December , 1998 , and against B on Show Answer

Q212) When offer is made to a definite person, it is known as Show Answer

Q213) Standing offer means: Show Answer

Q214) When the offeree offers to qualified acceptance of the offer subject to modification & variations he is said to have made a Show Answer

Q215) Communication of an offer is complete When : Show Answer

Q216) Which of the following is /are the essential elements of a valid offer ? 1. Offeror must have an intention to be bound by his offer. , 2. Offer must be made to a specific person /party & not to public at large , 3. Must be definite , 4. Offer can be vague Show Answer

Q217) Which of the following offers do not constitute a valid offer ? 1. An auctioneer displays a T.V.sets before a gathering in an auction sale. , 2. Ram who is in possession of three cars purchased in different years say's 'I will sell you a car' , 3.A says to B , 'Will you purchase my motor cycle for Rs.20,000 ? , 4. Ram communicates to shyam that will sell his car for Rs.1,50,000 Show Answer

Q218) An auctioneer in Delhi advertised in a newspaper that a sale of office furniture would be held on Jan 4th,2012 . A broker came from Chennai to attend the auction,but the sale of furniture was withdrawn.The broker from Channai sued the auctioneer for loss of his time & expenses.Which of the following statements is correct ? Show Answer

Q219) In case of general offer, for a valid contract, the acceptor : Show Answer

Q220) An offer made to the group of people is known as a : Show Answer

Q221) Cross offers by two parties to each other : Show Answer

Q222) A proposal may consist of a promise for : Show Answer

Q223) An Agreement is Show Answer

Q225) The person making the proposal is called the : Show Answer

Q226) When a person invites the other party to make an offer, he is said to make an : Show Answer

Q227) An offer can be accepted by : Show Answer

Q228) Performance of conditions of an offer; for the accptance of any consideration of a recipocal promise which may be offered with a proposal,is a/an Show Answer

Q229) The communication of proposal is deemed to be made by Show Answer

Q230) the communication of the acceptance of proposal is deemed to be made Show Answer

Q231) the communication of the revocation of proposal is deemed to be made Show Answer

Q232) The offer is completed only when it has been communicated to the : Show Answer

Q233) Communication of an acceptance is complete as against the proposer: Show Answer

Q234) An offer comes to an end after the expiry of : Show Answer

Q235) An offer can be revoked at any time before it is accepted by the. Show Answer

Q236) An acceptace can be revoked at any time before its communication reaches the : Show Answer

Q237) Anil makes an offer to Sunil to 20th by a letter which reaches Sunil on 22nd. Sunil posts the letter of acceptance on 24th which reashes Anil on 27th. The communication by acceptance is complete for Sunil on : Show Answer

Q238) Titu, by a letter dated 4th Jan. 2012 offers to sell his house to Tinu for Rs. 20 lakh. the letter reaches Tinu on 6th Jan., 2012, who posts his acceptance on 7th Jan., 2012. It reaches Titu of 9th Jan., 2012. Here, Tinu us bound by his acceptance. Show Answer

Q239) Titu, by a ltter dated 4th Jan., 2012 offers to sell is house to Tinu for Rs. 20 lakh.The letter reaches Tinu on 6th Jan., 2012, who posts his acceptance on 7th Jan., 2012 It reaches Tinu on 9th., 2012 Here, the communication of offer is complete on : Show Answer

Q240) A revokes his proposal to B by telegram The revocation is complete as against A Show Answer

Q241) A revokes his proposal to B by telegram The revocation is complete as against B Show Answer

Q242) On the 5th of month X markes an offer to Y, by a letter which reaches to Y on 6th. On the 7th , Y posts his letter of acceptance. Mean While, on the 6th X posts a letter to Y revoking the offer . On seeling it, y immediately sends a telegram to X on the 8th confirming the acceptance given though his letter of the 7th. Discuss the legal effects to three letters and the telegram. Show Answer

Q243) Titu, by a letter dated 4th Jan., 2012 offers to sell his house to Tinu for Rs. 20 lakh.The letter reaches Tinu on 6th Jan., 2012, who posts his acceptance on 7th Jan., 2012. It reaches Titu on 9th Jan., 2012. Here , Tinu is bound by the offer on : Show Answer

Q244) The offeror has right to revoke or withdraw his offer any time : Show Answer

Q245) A sends a letter to B, offering to sell house property. He asks B to reply by telegram. If B accept by registered letter, and does not insist acceptance by telegram within a reasonable time, the contract is : Show Answer

Q246) An offer was sent by post, the Acceptor wrote "Accepted" On the letter , put it in his drawer & fogot about it. The transaction is : Show Answer

Q247) M offered to sell his land to N for Rs. 70 lakhs. N replied purporting to accept and enclosed Rs. 20 lakhs, promising to pay the balance of Rs. 50 lakhs by monthly installment of a Rs. 10 Lakhs each. In thise case : Show Answer

Q248) A proposal is revoked Show Answer

Q249) A proposal may be revoked Show Answer

Q250) An offer may be : Show Answer

Q251) The term 'prima-facia' means : Show Answer

Q253) An offer is defined under Sec.-------------- Show Answer

Q254) Terms of an offer must be : Show Answer

Q255) An offer is : Show Answer

Q256) Section ________ of Indian Contract Act states that " performance of the conditions of a proposal is an acceptance of the proposal". Show Answer

Q257) A "promise " is defined under section------------ Show Answer

Q258) Acceptance means given consent to : Show Answer

Q259) K, an actrees was engaged for a tour, The agreement provided that if the paty went to London, K would be engaged at a salary to be mutually agreed between them. I such a case : Show Answer

Q260) An offer which can be accepted by anyone is called : Show Answer

Q261) Words like,"See Back for Conditions" ,"please Turn Over", "Subject to term and condition contained in Annexure", Are sufficient for a reasonable notice of special conditions to the Acceptor. Show Answer

Q262) M offered of monday to sell his property to N by a writtin proposal which stated " that this offer to be left open until saturday 10 a.m. " In the meantime on Wednesday. M enters into a contract to sell the property to O. N. who was setting in the next room, hears about the deal between the M and O.On friday, N accepts the offer and delivers to M letter of acceptance Is N's acceptance valid ? Show Answer

Q263) M offered to sell his car for Rs.3.8 lakhs to N says he Would buy it for Rs. 3.5 Lakhs. The Counter -Offer by N for Rs.3.5 Lakhs. Show Answer

Q264) A promises to deliver his watch to B and, in return, B promises to pay a sum of Rs. 2,000. There is said to be a/as. Show Answer

Q265) If a person perform some act intended by promiser as consideration for the promise offered by him, performance of such act constitutes: Show Answer

Q266) Mr. L offered to take a house a lease for a period of 3 years at Rs. 1 lakh. p.a. if the house was" put through repairs and were handsomely decorated". Here, there is no offer since: Show Answer

Q267) Which of the following is not an essential element of a valid acceptance ? Show Answer

Q268) An agreement consists of reciprocal promises between at least Show Answer

Q269) A invites B for his son's wedding. B accepts the invitation . In this case, there is a/an Show Answer

Q270) A bid at an action sale is :

Q271) A mere passing utterance will:

Q272) M offers to sell his house to N for Rs.36 Lakhs and states in his letter that the offer would be considered as accepted if acceptance is not communicated within a certain time. Here,the letter of M would :

Q273) Which of the following conditions is not necessary for valid offer?

Q274) Nearness of relation by itself Show Answer

Q275) Silence cannot amount to offer by conduct. Show Answer

Q276) Yaatra Travels operates buses from Delhi to Agra. The bus standing at its Bay in the Bus Terminus is with a view to taking the passengers. There is â€¦â€¦â€¦ to take passengers. Show Answer

Q277) One person wants to travel from Tirupathi to Chittgong. The bus travelling from Tirupathi to Chittgong comes to the bus station, it is an Show Answer

Q278) A wants to go to his home at Delhi from his place of employment. He travels by bus as there is an air bus belonging to Chandra travels pvt. Ltd. which is standing at bus stand waiting for passengers. Here is Show Answer

Q279) A bid at an auction sale is - Show Answer

Q280) An offer which is allowed to remain an offer for acceptance over a period of time is known as - Show Answer

Q281) An offer made to a - (i) Specific person; or (ii) a group of persons is known as - Show Answer

Q282) An offer made to the public at large is called as - Show Answer

Q283) M/S Law Book Company offered Books only to ICAI Council members. This Offer is generally known as - Show Answer

Q284) K advertises in paper that any person who found his lost pet dog can get a reward of ? 5000. Any person who finds the dog can claim the reward. This is a case of - Show Answer

Q285) A person advertised in newspaper to sell his old car. Then the offer is ______ Show Answer

Q286) A Company announced a reward of Â£100 to anyone who contracted influenza after using its Smoke Balls for a certain period. Mrs. C used the Smoke Balls but contracted influenza. She claimed the reward but the Company rejected her claim stating that she did not communicate her acceptance to the Company. Here - Show Answer

Q287) L offered to take a house on lease for a period of 3 years at ? 1 Lakh p.a. if the house was "put through repairs and rooms were handsomely decorated". Here, there is no offer since - Show Answer

Q288) M offers to sell his house to N for ? 36 Lakhs and states in his letter that the offer would be considered as accepted if acceptance is not communicated within a certain time. Here, the letter of M would - Show Answer

Q289) ---------- precedes offer purpose of which to get a better offer from parties. Show Answer

Q290) â€¦â€¦â€¦. is expression of initial intention. Show Answer

Q291) â€¦â€¦â€¦. is expression of final willingness to perform a promise. Show Answer

Q292) An offer is made with an intention to have negotiation from other party. This type of offer is - Show Answer

Q293) In a self-service departmental store, customers' pickup articles and take them to the cashier's desk to pay. The Customer's action in picking up particular goods is a / an - Show Answer

Q294) Notices of Tender in newspapers by Government or other bodies are - Show Answer

Q295) Goods displayed in a shop with a price label is - Show Answer

Q296) Which of the following is valid offer? Show Answer

Q297) A Tender will be irrevocable where - Show Answer

Q298) There is a Counter-Offer when - Show Answer

Q299) When two persons make identical offers to each other, in ignorance of each other's offer, it is called - Show Answer

Q300) When both parties exchanged identical offers, such offers are known as Show Answer

Q301) In case of a Counter Offer or Cross Offer, one person's offer can be taken as an Offer and the other person's Offer can be taken as its acceptance. Show Answer

Q302) When there is a Counter Offer, the original offer terminates. Show Answer

Q303) M offers to sell his car for ? 3.8 Lakhs to N. N says, he would buy it for ? 3.5 Lakhs. The Counter-Offer by N for ? 3.5 Lakhs - Show Answer

Q304) A offers B to supply Books at ? 100 each. B accepts the same with condition of 10% discount. It is ______. Show Answer

Q305) When the proposal or acceptance is made otherwise than in words, the promise is said to be - Show Answer

Q306) S offered a reward to anyone who has returned his lost dog. F brought the dog to S without having heard of the offer. F is not entitled to the reward since - Show Answer

Q307) S sent his servant L, to trace his missing nephew. Later, S offered a reward for anyone who found out his missing nephew. L, ignorant of the announcement, traced the boy. Subsequently, he claimed the reward, when he came to know of it. Show Answer

Q308) S sent his servant L, to trace his missing nephew. Later, S offered a reward for anyone who found out his missing nephew. L, ignorant of the announcement, traced the boy. Subsequently, he claimed the reward, when he came to know of it. L is not entitled to the reward since - Show Answer

Q309) X is a person of 16 yrs. He enters into a contract with Y by making false representation that he is a major, This contract is: Show Answer

Q310) Which of the following is not correct? Show Answer

Q311) B received an offer by letter. He gives his acceptance by letter which are duly stamped, addressed & put in the letter box, This amount to Show Answer

Q312) A, by a letter dated 10th January 2018, offers to sell his house to B for ? 40 Lakhs. The letter reaches B on 17th January 2018, who posts his acceptance on 18th January 2018 which reaches A on 30th January 2018. Here, the communication of offer is complete on: Show Answer

Q313) In the above question, the communication of acceptance is complete against A on 18th January 2018 and against B on Show Answer

Q314) Communication of acceptance is complete as against the Proposer - Show Answer

Q315) Communication of acceptance is complete as against the Acceptor, only - Show Answer

Q316) M agreed on Monday to sell his property to N by a written agreement which stated "that this offer to be left open until Saturday 10 a.m." In the meantime on Wednesday, M enters into a contract to sell the property to O. N, who was sitting in the next room, hears about the deal between M and O. On Friday, N accepts the offer and delivers to M the letter of acceptance. Is N's acceptance valid? Show Answer

Q317) On the face of a ticket for a journey, the words, "For conditions see back" are printed in small print. The passenger - Show Answer

Q318) An agreement to agree in future is - Show Answer

Q319) Can a promise to pay money to a witness served with a notice be enforced Show Answer

Q320) A gives to B Rs.5,00,000 to be given to C .B informs C that he is holding the money for him .but afterwards B refuses to pay the money .C sues B for the money .B intends that C cannot sue as he was not a party to the contract .Will the contention of B be upheld Show Answer

Q321) R promised to pay a subscription of Rs.5,000 to S for the G.M.Fund . He later change his mind. could the amount be recovered from raj ? Show Answer

Q322) NO CONSIDERATION NO CONTRACT" does not apply to completed gift, i.e. gifts given & accepted. Show Answer

Q323) A find's B's purse & gives it back to him .B promises to give A Rs.50 .this is Show Answer

Q324) There can be a stranger to a consideration but not a stranger to a contract Show Answer

Q325) A writes to B 'I am willing to sell my car as it is today for Rs.75,000'.B replies ,'I can buy it for Rs.65,000'.A keeps quite. subsequently, B writes 'I will buy it for Rs.75,000'.there is a binding promise in this case Show Answer

Q326) A promiser is not normally bound by his promise unless some consideration is offered by the promisee Show Answer

Q327) J married K & left for US , promising to pay K Rs.50,000 p.m till such time J was in US .this case is Show Answer

Q328) Can a contract which is made by a deed (i.e.a contract under seal ) be valid even if it is made without consideration ? Show Answer

Q329) Can a time-barred debt adjust by a creditor, where the debtor makes the payment without indicating the debt to be adjusted ? Show Answer

Q330) Past consideration is no consideration in India Show Answer

Q331) Inadequate of consideration is relevant in determining the question of Show Answer

Q332) Hari owes Rs.1 lakh to Maya, Maya is entitled to recover this amount from Hari.this is called Show Answer

Q333) The general max. of law is that when money is paid ,it is to be applicable according to the expressed will of Show Answer

Q334) A consideration is Show Answer

Q335) Consideration & objects are unlawful when it is Show Answer

Q336) What does the max.'Ex Nudo pacto non oritur actio' ,mean ? Show Answer

Q337) A who is indebted to B ,sells his property to C ,C promises to pay off the debt to B .when C fails top pay B has no right to sue C ,because Show Answer

Q338) X's brother runs away from the house .Y who is an employee of X offers to search for the brother & goes out for the purpose .in the absence of Y ,X offers a reward of Rs.1 lakh to any one who can either find out the brother or give clues enabling X find his brother.Y finds out X's brother & claims therewards even though he did not know about it earlier .in this case- Y is entitled to the reward Show Answer

Q339) Consideration may be also be offered by a person other than the promise Show Answer

Q340) Consideration must be Show Answer

Q341) An essential feature of consideration is that Show Answer

Q342) Adequacy of consideration is to be seen from the view point of Show Answer

Q343) A contracts with B that if A practices as a surgeon within Goa ,he will pay Rs.5,000.A practices as surgeon in Goa.B is entitled to such compensation Show Answer

Q344) M promised to pay N Rs.10,00,000.if N discovers treasures by magic .here consideration is Show Answer

Q345) Consideration in general means Show Answer

Q346) Which of the following is true ? Show Answer

Q347) Which of the following is false ? Consideration Show Answer

Q348) Which of the following is false ? Show Answer

Q349) An act constituting consideration must have been done at the desire of Show Answer

Q350) Which of the following is true ? Show Answer

Q351) A consideration may be Show Answer

Q352) Consideration in simple term means Show Answer

Q353) Which of the following is not an exception to the rule -No consideration ,No contract Show Answer

Q354) As a general rule, an agreement made without consideration is Show Answer

Q355) An agreement made with free consent to which the consideration is lawful but inadequate is Show Answer

Q356) The consideration to an agreement is unlawful if : Show Answer

Q357) A agrees to pay Rs.5 lakh to B if he procures employment for A in Income Tax Department .This agreement is Show Answer

Q358) A agrees to sell his car to B at a price which B may not be able to pay .This agreement is Show Answer

Q359) What is the legal terminology for the doing or not doing of something which the promisor desires to be done or not done ? Show Answer

Q360) Which consideration is not consideration in England? Show Answer

Q361) The consideration should be done at desire of : Show Answer

Q362) There can be a stranger to a/an------------------- Show Answer

Q363) The consideration of a agreement is considered unlawful ,if it is , 1.Forbidden by law, 2. Fraudulent , 3.Immoral , 4. Very expensive Show Answer

Q364) An executory consideration Show Answer

Q365) Benefit to the promiser Show Answer

Q367) Consideration is not valid if it is Show Answer

Q368) Illusory consideration renders the transaction. Show Answer

Q369) The consideration may be Show Answer

Q370) Consideration is defined in Show Answer

Q371) Rishi promises to give Rs. 3,000 per month pocket money to his son Riteish . If Rishi does not give the pocket money. Show Answer

Q372) Consideration must be Show Answer

Q373) Past consideration is not valid under Show Answer

Q374) An essential feature of consideration is that Show Answer

Q375) Quid pro quo means Show Answer

Q376) Case of chinnaya vs. Ramayya deals with Show Answer

Q377) A agrees to sell his house to B for Rs.10,000 Show Answer

Q378) A promises ,for a certain sum paid to him by B ,to make goods to B the value of his ship if its wrecked on a certain voyage Show Answer

Q379) A promises to obtain for B an employment in the public service & B promises to pay Rs.1,000 to A Show Answer

Q380) The consideration or object of an agreement is considered lawful , if it is Show Answer

Q381) A promise ,for no consideration ,to give to B Rs.1,000 Show Answer

Q382) Sam agrees to pay Rs.10,000 to saraswati if he brings a tiger from Sunderbans.this is a Show Answer

Q383) A owes B Rs.1,000 under a contract ,B owes C Rs.1,000 .B orders A to credit C with Rs.1,000 in his books ,but C does not assent to the agreement Show Answer

Q384) A pays B Rs.1,000 , in consideration of B's promising to marry C .A's daughter .C is dead at the time of promise Show Answer

Q385) A stranger to consideration Show Answer

Q386) Under English Law stranger to consideration Show Answer

Q387) Sec.of The Indian Contract Act states that "An agreement made without consideration is void". Show Answer

Q388) Ex Nudo Pacto Non Oritur Action means Show Answer

Q389) A contract made in the form of a deed under seal is ------------ if made without consideration Show Answer

Q390) A promise to pay a time barred debt made in writing and signed by the debtor may be Show Answer

Q391) No consideration is required for a Show Answer

Q392) Time barred debt is a debt which is unpaid for the period of Show Answer

Q393) A Hindu husband by a registered document, after referring to quarrels and disagreements between himself and his wife, promised to pay his wife a sum of money for her maintenance and separate residence. The above contract is void since Show Answer

Q394) The agreement made without consideration under,Sec. 25 (1) exception must be : Show Answer

Q395) Two brothers, on partition of family joint properties agreed to invest in equal shares for their mother's maintenance. There was no separate agreement with the mother.In such case, the mother - Show Answer

Q396) The inadequacy of consideration will be taken into account by court of law Show Answer

Q397) A who was badly in need of money offered to sell his piano worth Rs.8,500 to B for Rs.5,000. B refused to buy. A gradually lowered his price until Rs.2,500 was reached, which B accepted. Before the piano was delivered A received an offer of a lager sum from X and he refused to carry out the contract with B claiming that the consideration was inadequate.; Is A liable to pay damages to B for failure to carry out his part of the contract? Show Answer

Q398) Consideration must be something which the Promisor Show Answer

Q399) Promise without consideration is Show Answer

Q400) A person who is not a party to a contract but has some interest in the consideration of the contract. Show Answer

Q401) A is indebted to B. He sells a trolly to C.C promises to pay all debts of A to B. If C fails to pay, B has no right to sue C because Show Answer

Q402) X receives money from Y for paying it to Z. X admits the receipt of that amount to Z. Z can recover the amount from X, even through the money is due from Y Show Answer

Q403) A Holder in due course is entitled to the amount on a Negotiable Instrument, even through there is no agreement between him and the Marker / Drawee . Show Answer

Q404) The consideration for a valid contract should be : Show Answer

Q405) As long as there is a consideration for a promise it is immaterial who has furnished it. Show Answer

Q406) A promises B to given Rs.50,000, if B met A in their next birth also. The consideration of A is Show Answer

Q407) If A promises B to give her,his house if B met A in their next birth also. The consideration is does at the words of the promisor, it is a Show Answer

Q408) Which of the following is not correct? Show Answer

Q409) Consideration must move at the desire of - Show Answer

Q410) D constructed a market at the instance of District Collector. Occupants of shops promised to pay D a commission on articles sold through their shops. Money was not spent by D at the request of the shop occupants, but at instance of a third person viz. the Collector. Which of the following statements is correct? Show Answer

Q412) Which of the following is false? Show Answer

Q413) M, by a Gift deed transferred certain property to her daughter, with a direction that daughter should pay an annuity to M's brother, as had been done by M. On the same day, the daughter executed a deed in writing in favour of M's brother, agreeing to pay annuity. Afterwards, she declined to fulfil her promise saying that no consideration had moved from her uncle. Which of the following statements is correct? Show Answer

Q414) Consideration in a contract - Show Answer

Q415) Which of the following are valid Consideration? Show Answer

Q416) If P renders some service to D at D's desire and after a month D promises to compensate P for the service rendered to him , it is a - Show Answer

Q417) An Executory Consideration - Show Answer

Q418) An Executed Consideration - Show Answer

Q419) _______ Contracts are also known as Contracts with Executed Consideration - Show Answer

Q420) Past consideration is valid in - Show Answer

Q421) Agreement not supported by consideration is called - Show Answer

Q423) Which of the following is not an exception to the rule "No Consideration, No Contract'? Show Answer

Q424) A promise to pay, wholly or in part, a debt which is barred by law of limitation can be enforced if- Show Answer

Q425) Inadequacy of consideration may be taken into account by the Court to determine whether the consent of Promisor was freely given. Show Answer

Q426) Which of the following is true? Show Answer

Q427) A is indebted to B. He sells a trolley to C. C promises to pay all debts of A to B. If C fails to pay, B has no right to sue C because: Show Answer

Q428) Rohan promises to make a gift of ? 10,000 towards the repairs of a temple. The trustees of the temple on the faith of his promise incurs liabilities. Rohan does not pay. Can the trustees recover the promised amount from Rohan? Show Answer

Q429) Kedar promised to pay ? 5000 to car repairer the car repairer incurred expenses but Kedar refused to pay the agreed amount. Is the car repairer can? Show Answer

Q430) A who was badly in need of money offered to sell his piano worth ? 8,500 to B for ?5,000. B refused to buy. A gradually lowered his price until ? 2500 was reached, which B accepted. Before the piano was delivered A received an offer of a larger sum from X and he refused to earn/ out the contract with B claiming that the consideration was inadequate. Is A liable to pay damages to B for failure to carry out part of contract? Show Answer

Q431) A is a manufacturer of ball pens. He advertises in the trade press that in future the retail price of his pen will be Rupees 5 and strict action will be taken against who is not observing this price. B had read the advertisement, but he forget and retails the pen at Rupees 8. Advice A ------- Show Answer

Q432) which of the following persons are not competent to contract ? Show Answer

Q433) Generally the stranger to a contract cannot sue Show Answer

Q434) An agreement with a minor can be ratified after he attains majority Show Answer

Q435) Minor entering into contracts of apprenticeship ,or for training or instruction in a special art ,education ,etc are permissible since Show Answer

Q436) In case of necessaries supplied to a person incompetent to contract which of the following is true ? Show Answer

Q437) Claim for necessaries supplied to a person incompetent to contract ,from the property of such person is enshrined in_________of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 Show Answer

Q438) A supplies B ,a lunatic with necessaries suitable to his condition in life A is Show Answer

Q439) A person is deemed to be in a position to dominate the will of another if Show Answer

Q440) A contract with the minor is Show Answer

Q441) Ordinary ,a minor 's agreement is Show Answer

Q442) A minor's liability for 'necessaries' supplied to him Show Answer

Q443) Which of the following is not true about minor's position in a firm ? Show Answer

Q444) Which of the following is true ? Show Answer

Q445) For the purpose of entering into a contract ,a minor is a person who has not completed the age of Show Answer

Q446) A contract with the minor ,which is beneficial for him ,is Show Answer

Q447) Which of the following persons do not fall under the category of the persons of unsound mind ? Show Answer

Q448) Can a person who is usually of unsound mind ,but occasionally of sound mind ,make a contract ? Show Answer

Q449) A minor's estate liable for the_____supplied to him Show Answer

Q450) Who among the following is not disqualified by the law to enter into contract. 1.A major person , 2. A lunatic. 3.An Insolvent person , 4.Diplomatic staff of Foreign states. Show Answer

Q451) Which of the following is true with respect to minor entering a contract ? 1. An agreement with or by a minor is void-ab-initio , 2.A minor can be a beneficiary of a contract , 3. The contract involving a minor as a beneficiary may be enforced at the option of the third party , 4. A minor can ratify a contract on attaining majority. Show Answer

Q452) Who can never ever enter into a contract Show Answer

Q453) A ,aged 17 years ,falsely representing himself to be of 22 years , enters into an agreement to sell his property to P & receives from P a sum Rs.10,00,000 in advance .Out of this sum A buys an important car worth Rs.5,50,000 & spends the rest on a pleasure trip to France. After A attained majority ,P sues him for the conveyance of the property or in the alternative for the refund of Rs.10,00,000 & damages .The agreement between A & P is Show Answer

Q454) Competenence of a party to enter the contract Show Answer

Q455) A person is said to be of sound mind, if at the time of contracting . Show Answer

Q456) A contract with an idiot is Show Answer

Q457) A person who is usually of sound mind, but occasionally of unsound mind.Then, Show Answer

Q458) a patient in a lunatic asylum who is at sound mind Show Answer

Q459) A person can be appointed as guardian of minor's property under. Show Answer

Q460) An agreement is not a contract if it is entered into by Show Answer

Q461) Every person is competent to contract if he Show Answer

Q462) A agreement with a minor is Show Answer

Q463) In India,the age of majority is regulated by--------------- Show Answer

Q464) A minor enters into a the contract for the purchase of certain necessaries. In such a case Show Answer

Q465) The age of majority for the purpose of the Indian contract act is Show Answer

Q466) S, a minor by fraudulently representing himself to be major, induced L to lend him Rs.4 Lakhs. He refused to repay it and L sued him for the money The contract is Show Answer

Q467) A mortgage was executed if favour of a minor. Can the minor get a Decree for the enforcement of the Moetgage? Show Answer

Q468) The leading case, on the point that a minor's agreement is void ab initio, was stated in the case : Show Answer

Q469) The person providing necessaries to minor is entitled to be reimbursed from minor's property. This is because of which type of contract. Show Answer

Q470) A minor speculated in the Stock Exchanges and become liable to Stock Brokers for Rs.1 lakh. Subsequent to attaining majority, he gave two bills of exchanges for Rs.45,000 each in satisfaction of the original debt Show Answer

Q471) Which of these is a not a "necessary" for a Minor? Show Answer

Q472) Whether a party to a contract, at the time of entering into a contract, is of sound mind or not is a question of fact to be decided by the Court. Show Answer

Q473) Parents or guardian ---------- for the breach of a contract by a minor. Show Answer

Q474) The "capacity to contract" means the Show Answer

Q475) Which of the following is not correct ?

Q476) M a minor aged 17,broke his right arm in hockey game.He engaged a physician to set it. Against whom the physician have a valid claim for his services.

Q477) A convict when undergoing imprisonment.

Q478) Where a minor has received any benefit under a contract, he--------

Q479) A minor, though incompetent to contract Show Answer

Q480) In case of fraudulent misrepresentation of his age by the minor,the court

Q481) On attaining majority, an agreement with a minor

Q482) Which of these is not a necessary for a minor ? Show Answer

Q483) A minor can ---------- Show Answer

Q484) Which of these is correct ? Show Answer

Q485) Mohiri Bibi Vs.Dharmodas Ghose, (1903) 301 Cal. 539 case deal with Show Answer

Q486) A minor whose property has passed under the superintendence of the Court later attains majority on the completion of Show Answer

Q487) Chotu, a minor borrows Rs. 15,000 from Mr. Big representing himself to be of age 19 and with a promise to pay after one month. Later, Chotu refuses to repay the amount as he had spent all amount. What remedy does Mr. Big have against Chotu ? Show Answer

Q488) If the services rendered to a minor are also continued during minority, then the minor (now a major) liable to pay for the services rendered. Show Answer

Q489) A minor can be held liable ---------- Show Answer

Q490) Amar made a promissory note in favor of Akbar when Akbar was minor. The promissory note was minor.The promissory note was renewed by Amar in favor of Akbar when he attained majority. Akbar bring a suit against Amar on the basic of the second note. What will be the consequence ? Show Answer

Q491) A minor in a partnership firm is liable to the extent of --------- Show Answer

Q492) If a joint agreement is made by a minor and an adult with a third party, the minor----------- liable for damages Show Answer

Q493) The guardian of a minor is liable when -------------- Show Answer

Q494) Minor's agreement is void / voidable /illegal / enforceable at his option under Show Answer

Q495) A contract beneficial to minor can be enforced by him under Show Answer

Q496) Which of the following conditions are to be fulfilled for the recovery of necessary supplied (i) material supplied must be apt to the life of the minor (ii) It must be accounting to his status (iii) It must be supplied to minor or his friend (iv) It can supplied to minor's dependent Show Answer

Q497) Which of these has not been held as necessary Show Answer

Q498) Identify the incorrect sentence from the following Show Answer

Q499) An ----------- is a person whose country is at war with the Union of India Show Answer

Q500) Can a convict enter into a contract ? Show Answer

Q501) A Corporation can enter into contracts that are Show Answer

Q502) The contractual capacity of a Company is regulated by Show Answer

Q503) There was a short period war with alien country In this case, contract entered with person of such country is ----------. Show Answer

Q504) When a person becomes insolvent, his property vests with----------- Show Answer

Q505) A Minor's agreement is void. This was held in the case of - Show Answer

Q506) The famous case law i.e., Mohiri bibee Vs. Dharmodhas Ghosh is related to: Show Answer

Q507) An agreement with or by a Minor is - Show Answer

Q508) Which of the following is not applicable in relation to an agreement by minor? Show Answer

Q509) Parents or Guardian shall â€¦â€¦â€¦. for breach of contract by Minor. Show Answer

Q510) Claim for necessaries of life supplied to a minor can be enforced against - Show Answer

Q511) A person incurred expenses of ? 5,000 for the necessaries supplied to a Minor, can recover the said amount from the - Show Answer

Q512) A Minor got injured in his left leg in Football Match. He engaged a doctor for treatment of leg. The doctor's claim for his services under the Indian Contract Act 1872 is - Show Answer

Q513) X is minor who had broken his left arm then doctor had treated him. how can the doctor regain his cost of treatment ------ Show Answer

Q514) Karthik is the coach of Sachin a Minor, who joined for Hockey coaching. The Fees is ? 10,000. The Contract is Show Answer

Q515) A person who is usually of unsound mind, but occasionally of sound mind - Show Answer

Q516) A ' acquired certain goods from 'C' by falsely representing that he was acting on behalf of 'B' & was authorized to collect the goods .'A' later sold the goods to 'D'.is the sale valid ? Show Answer

Q517) A ,enfeebled by disease or age ,is induced by B ,his attendant to agree to pay B an unreasonable sum for his professional services .Can B enforce the agreement ? Show Answer

Q518) When the consent to an agreement is obtained by coercion ,the agreement is voidable at the option of Show Answer

Q519) A being indebted to B ,the money -lender of his village ,contracts a fresh loan on terms which appears to be unconscionable .will it be presumed that the contract was induced by the undue influence ? Show Answer

Q520) Moral pressure is involved in the case of Show Answer

Q521) If by an agreement a person is bound to do something which is against his personal or professional duty ,or which intervenes in another 's personal or professional interest is Show Answer

Q522) _______is the term used in English law to denote actual or threatened violence over the person or another including his wife ,parents or child ,with a view to obtain his consent to an agreement Show Answer

Q523) A falsely represents to B that 500 tonnes of cement are made annually at A's factory & thereby induces B to buy the factory .the contract is voidable Show Answer

Q524) Agreement with a view to defraud others is Show Answer

Q525) A's son had forged B's name to a promissory note. B under threat of prosecuting A's son ,obtains a bond from A for the amount of the forged note .B sues on bond .will he succeed ? Show Answer

Q526) Which of the following acts does not fall under the categories of fraud ? Show Answer

Q527) If the contract is avoided on grounds of _________it is at the discretion of the court to direct the aggrieved party to restore or refund the benefit received Show Answer

Q528) The aggrieved party can rescind the contract on account of fraud. Can he also claim damages from the other party ? Show Answer

Q529) where the misrepresentation is intentional , deliberate & willful, with an intent to deceive the other party ,such misrepresentation = Fraud Show Answer

Q530) If a discipline agrees to gift to his spiritual Guru, his entire property in return for attainment of salvation ,the agreement can be set aside on ground of Show Answer

Q531) Mere silence is not fraud unless Show Answer

Q532) A person to whom money has been paid or anything delivered by mistake or under coercing ,must repay or return it Show Answer

Q533) to be covered under misrepresentation ,statement must be wrong ,but the person making it believed it to be true Show Answer

Q534) A mere attempt at deceit by one party Show Answer

Q535) H sells a horse to G knowing well that the horse is vicious H does not disclose the nature of the horse to G .Can X be made liable to G for the transaction ? Show Answer

Q536) Candy vs Lindsay Case deals with Show Answer

Q538) Which of these constitute essential elements of fraud ? Show Answer

Q539) D was infected by disease. B his medical attendant influenced him to agree to pay B an unreasonable sum of his professional services. D's consent is not free and based on undue influence. This contract is - Show Answer

Q540) When the consent of a party is not free,the contract is Show Answer

Q541) Consent is not said to be free when it is caused by Show Answer

Q542) When the consent of a party is obtained by fraud ,the contract is Show Answer

Q543) The threat to commit suicide amounts to Show Answer

Q544) A wrong representation when made without any intension to decide the other party amounts to Show Answer

Q545) Which of the following is true ? Show Answer

Q546) X agrees to sell his car worth Rs.2,00,000 to Y for Rs.30,000 only , & X's consent was obtained by coercion .Here the agreement is Show Answer

Q548) A threatens to kill B if he does not agree to sell his scooter to him for Rs.1,000 only .Here B's consent is obtained by Show Answer

Q549) When the consent of an agreement is obtained by coercion ,the agreement is voidable at the option of Show Answer

Q550) Where one party is in a position to dominate the will of another & uses his superior position to obtain the consent of a weaker party, the consent is said to be obtained by Show Answer

Q551) Which of the following acts does not fall under the category of fraud ? Show Answer

Q552) Where the consent of a party is obtained by misrepresentation ,the contract is Show Answer

Q553) Which of the following is false ? Show Answer

Q554) Where the consent of both the party is given by mistake, the contract is Show Answer

Q555) If both parties believe the existence of the subject matter at the time of contract and such a thing is in existence , then the contract is Show Answer

Q558) A mistake as to law not in force in India has the same effect as Show Answer

Q559) X & Y both believes that a particular kind of rice is being sold in the market at Rs.10,000 per quintal & X sells rice of that kind to Y at Rs.10,000 per quintal. But ,in fact, the market price was Rs.12,000.The contract is Show Answer

Q561) Threat to commit suicide amount to 1.Coercion , 2. Offence under the Indian Penal Court , 3. Undue Influence , 4.Fraud Show Answer

Q562) Contract caused by which of the following is voidable ,1.Fraud , 2.Mis-representation , 3.Coercion , 4. Bilateral Mistake Show Answer

Q563) An agreement is void when there is Show Answer

Q564) Which of the following is an essential element of misrepresentation Show Answer

Q565) A contracts with B to buy a necklace ,believing it is made of pearls whereas in fact it is made of imitation pearls of no value .B knows that A is mistaken & takes no steps to correct the error .Now A wants to cancel the contract on the basis of fraud. Which of the following statements is correct ? Show Answer

Q566) Mr.K invites all his friends for a dinner on the occasions of the successful completion of his research. He wanted to take good care of his friend & accordingly be arranged a very lavish dinner in the dinner in a star hotel. On the day ,to his shock & surprise the friends could not turn up to the dinner ,consequently all the dishes & money were wasted . He was terribly disapppointed.In the above case which of the following remedies is / are available to Mr.K for the loss caused to him ? Show Answer

Q567) G paid Rs.1,00,000 to H to influence the head of the Government Organization in order to provide him some employment .On his failure to provide the job , G sued H for recovery of the amount .Which of the following is correct ? Show Answer

Q568) V purchased a used computer from P thinking it as a computer imported from USA ,P failed to disclose the fact to V . On knowing the fact V wants to repudiate the contract. Which of the following statements is correct ? Show Answer

Q569) Undue influence involves Show Answer

Q570) A false representation exists only when it is made Show Answer

Q572) Act of assenting to an offer Show Answer

Q573) Both the parties of a contract make a mistake Show Answer

Q574) Mutual Consent parties means : Show Answer

Q575) The word "TORT" means Show Answer

Q576) A consent is said to be free when it is not caused by Show Answer

Q577) Two or more persons are said to consent Show Answer

Q578) anything committing ,or threatening to commit ,any act forbidden by the Indian penal code, with intention of causing any person to enter into an agreement is called Show Answer

Q579) The unlawful detention of any property of a person to obtain his consent to a contract amounts to Show Answer

Q580) Coercion, if employed ----------- does not amount to free consent. Show Answer

Q581) Undue influence is not presumed when the relationship between the parties is Show Answer

Q582) Undue influence can be exercised by Show Answer

Q583) The active concealment of a fact by one having knowledge or belief of the fact called Show Answer

Q584) Burden of proof under unconscionable transaction lies on the Show Answer

Q585) any fact undisclosed in an insurance contract amount to Show Answer

Q586) When a person positively asserts that a fact is true when his information does not warrant it to be so, though he believes it to be true, there is Show Answer

Q587) The aggrieved party may ----------- when the consent is obtained by misrepresentation Show Answer

Q588) when consent to an agreement is caused by coercion ,fraud or misrepresentation the contract is Show Answer

Q589) Coercion is defined under Show Answer

Q590) Undue influence is defined in section Show Answer

Q591) Fraud is defined in section Show Answer

Q592) Misrepresentation is defined in section Show Answer

Q593) Any Breach of duty made without and intent to deceive constitutes Show Answer

Q594) An act of coercion Show Answer

Q595) A contract caused by consent of both the parties as to mistake is Show Answer

Q596) Contract under misrepresentation is Show Answer

Q597) A ,a money lender ,advance Rs.100 to B ,an agriculturist ,and by undue influence induces B to execute a bond for Rs.200 with interest at 6 % p.m .the court may Show Answer

Q598) A contract can be avoided on ground of unilateral mistake if such mistake relates to the nature of the contract, and not to the terms of the contract. Show Answer

Q599) In which of the following cases of the mistake is the contract valid ? Show Answer

Q600) A fraudulently informs B that A's estate is free from encumbrance .B there upon buys the estate .the estate is subject to a mortgage .B may : Show Answer

Q601) A ,intending to deceive B,falsely represents that 5,000 bags are made monthly at A's factory & thereby induces B to buy the factory .the contract is Show Answer

Q602) Mistake of a fact is Show Answer

Q603) A contract caused by a mistake as to any law not in force in India Show Answer

Q604) A contract caused by one of the parties to it being under a mistake as to matter of fact Show Answer

Q605) the distinction between fraud & misrepresentation are Show Answer

Q606) Mental pressure is involved in case of Show Answer

Q607) Misrepresentation can be committed by Show Answer

Q608) S instructs T to enter on his behalf a wagering transaction. T loses in the transaction pays from his pocket. He thereafter sues S for reimbursement. Can S raise plea of wager ? Show Answer

Q609) some money has been paid to a person by mistake Show Answer

Q610) a person took some money by coercion from a person Show Answer

Q611) The act of coercion can be exercised by Show Answer

Q612) The word "ESTOPPELS" as per Indian contract act means Show Answer

Q613) When the consent to an agreement is obtained by coercion, the contract is Show Answer

Q614) The burden of proof under coercion lies on the---------- Show Answer

Q615) Coercion in English Law is called as ---------------- Show Answer

Q616) To employ coercion relationship between the parties is Show Answer

Q617) A tells his wife that he would commit suicide, if she did not transfer her personal assets to him. She does so under his threat. Show Answer

Q618) If a party stands in a fiduciary relation to the other Show Answer

Q619) If the contract is avoided on the ground of ------------, it is at the discretion of the court to direct the aggrieved party to restore or refund the benefit received. Show Answer

Q620) A Hindu widow borrowed money from a lender for the purpose of filing a suit for maintenance. The thlender advanced moneyat 100 percent lender is induce by. Show Answer

Q621) When the consent to an agreement is caused by undue influence, the contract is Show Answer

Q622) A money lender charging higher rate of interest from money borrowers, is an example of ---------- Show Answer

Q623) Burden of proof under a contract with pardanashin woman lies on the Show Answer

Q624) A person is deemed to be in a position to dominate the will of other of the another if the other parson's mental capacity affected by Show Answer

Q625) To employ undue influence, some sort of relationship between parties is Show Answer

Q626) If the dominant party uses his superior position and obtains an unfair advantage over the weaker party,----------- is said to be employed. Show Answer

Q627) Mere silence, likely to effect the willingness of a party to enter into a contract is not a fraud unless. Show Answer

Q628) A duty to speak exists Show Answer

Q629) If the party had suffered the losses using the subject matter which was represented wrongfully though he knew about the fraud then Show Answer

Q630) X says to Y . If you do not deny it, I shall assume that the hours is sound. If the horse is unsound and X says nothing, there is a Show Answer

Q631) Which silence does not amount to fraud ? Show Answer

Q632) The aggrieved party can claim damages in case of Show Answer

Q633) Silence is not equal to fraud in case of Show Answer

Q634) A sold some land to B. At the time of sale, both the parties believed in good faith, that the area of the land sold was 10 hectares. It, however, turned out that the area was the 7 hectares only, How is the contract of sale affected ? Show Answer

Q635) If a person sings a document thinking it of a different class such contract is Show Answer

Q636) Case Law Cundy Vs. Lindsay and Co deals with Show Answer

Q637) Contract can be there among two persons Show Answer

Q638) Under undue influence Show Answer

Q639) Pardanashin woman is Show Answer

Q640) It is a duty to prove that the consent is taken by undue influence Show Answer

Q641) Which of the following relationship do not raise presumption of undue influences ? Show Answer

Q642) Duty to speak exist in case Show Answer

Q643) The concept of "Duress" under English Contract Law is similar to Show Answer

Q644) X offers to sell a painting to Z which X knows is the copy of a well-known master piece. Z thinking that the painting is original decided to buy it at a very high price. Is this valid contract ? Show Answer

Q645) In one case, though the husband was a divorcee, he did not disclose the fact of his previous marriages to his wife and in law. It was held that the consent was obtained by Show Answer

Q646) A man, by the name of Soham , went to a Jeweller shop and chose and a costly ring. He tendered the payment by a cheque , which he signed in the name of Garish, a person of a credit , He took the ring and pledged in to Bholanath , who had no notice fraud. Can the Jeweller recover he ring from Bola Nath. Show Answer

Q647) Where he presumption of " Undue Influence" does not exists : Show Answer

Q648) To avoid a contract under the claim of "Coercion" The Indian Penal should be in force where coercion is employed. Show Answer

Q649) A contract which is avoided on grounds of Undue Influence may be set aside- Show Answer

Q650) To invoke undue influence, the aggrieved party has to prove that the Show Answer

Q651) Where some transaction is entered into the ordinary course of business; but due to certain contingencies, one party is able to make the other party agree to certain terms and conditions, then, it is a case of Undue influence. Show Answer

Q652) Mere proof of nearness of relationship is not sufficient for the Court to assume that one party was in a position to domination the will of another. Show Answer

Q653) A wife has an implied authority of the husband to buy articles of household necessity, if the wife Show Answer

Q654) Fraud may be committed by Show Answer

Q655) Where interest of third parties intervene, before the contract is avoided, such contract cannot be rescinded, even if the consent of the party is caused by fraud. Show Answer

Q656) Sohan included Suraj buy his motorcycle saying that it was in very good condition. After taking the motorcycle, Suraj complained that there were many defects in the motorcycle. Sohan proposed to pay 40% cost of repairs after a few days, the motorcycle did not work at all. In this case, Suraj - Show Answer

Q657) A woman falsely representing herself to be wife of a well known Baron obtained two pearl necklaces from a form of jewellers on the pretext for showing them to her husband before buying. She pledged them with a broker who took them in good faith. In this case. Show Answer

Q658) P wrote to H inquiring price of rifle suggesting that he might buy as many as 50, on receipt of information, he telegraphed, "end there rifles" Due to telegraphic mistake, message was transmitted as "send the rifles" H despatched 50 rifles. In this case - Show Answer

Q659) P wrote to H inquiring price of rifles suggesting that he might buy as many as 50.On receipt on information, he telegraphed, "send three rifles". Due to telegraphic mistake, message was transmitted as "Send the rifles". H despatched 50 rifles. Though the agreement is void on account of mistake, P could be hold liable to pay for three rifles on the basic of an implied contract. Show Answer

Q660) Coercion includes - Show Answer

Q661) N threatens L's wife that their son M would be abducted if L did not lease out their land to him (N). This is a case of - Show Answer

Q662) Threat to commit suicide amounts to - Show Answer

Q663) When the consent to the contract is caused by coercion, the contract is - Show Answer

Q664) The concept of "Duress" under English Contract Law is similar to - Show Answer

Q665) Under English Law, if the threat is in relation to goods or property of another person, it is not duress. Show Answer

Q666) A Stronger party is able to dominate the will of the Weaker party, then it is known as _______ Show Answer

Q667) When the consent is caused by undue influence, the contract is - Show Answer

Q668) Obtaining the consent on the basis of a relation subsisting between two persons where one party is able to dominate the will of the another is called - Show Answer

Q669) F, a money lender, advances ? 10,000 to J, an agriculturist and by undue influence, induces J to sign a bond for ? 25,000 with interest at 5% p.m. The Court may set aside the Bond, with orders to pay only ? 10,000 at such nominal interest as it may deem fit. Show Answer

Q670) An illiterate old woman made a gift deed of practically her entire property to her nephew who managed her affairs. The gift can be set aside on the grounds of - Show Answer

Q671) Mere proof of nearness of relationship is not sufficient for the Court to assume that one relation was in a position to dominate the will of another. Show Answer

Q672) Which of the following relationships do not raise a presumption of undue influence? Show Answer

Q673) Which of the following will stand under Fiduciary Relationship as per Indian Contract Act, 1872? Show Answer

Q674) To employ Undue Influence, some sort of relationship between the parties is - Show Answer

Q675) Undue Influence involves - Show Answer

Q676) Which of these constitute Fraud? Show Answer

Q677) Which of the following is not included in the term 'fraud? Show Answer

Q678) A promise made without any intention of performing it cannot be regarded as Fraud. Show Answer

Q679) An intentional Misrepresentation will amount to - Show Answer

Q680) Mere silence as to facts, likely to affect the willingness of a person to enter into a contract is not Fraud. Show Answer

Q681) In a case, though the husband was a divorcee, he did not disclose the fact of his previous marriage to his wife and other relatives. It was held that the consent to marriage had been obtained by - Show Answer

Q682) A buyer bought some jewellery thinking that it is real where as it is not so. The seller did not correct the opinion of buyer. Can the buyer makes any claim on the ground of fraud? Show Answer

Q683) Duty to speak exists in case - Show Answer

Q684) X bought shares in a Company on the faith of a prospectus that contained an untrue statement as to the Directorship of J. X had never heard of J and hence such statement was immaterial from his view point. X claimed damages for fraud. His claim will be dismissed on the ground that - Show Answer

Q685) The positive assertion of such fact, which is not true, though he believes it to be true, made in a manner not warranted by the information of the person making it, constitutes - Show Answer

Q686) Any Breach of Duty made without an intent to deceive constitutes - Show Answer

Q687) Which is true statement in voidable contract, the injured party: Show Answer

Q688) Which of the following statements is not correct? Show Answer

Q689) Erroneous opinion as to value of subject matter is not a Mistake of Fact. Show Answer

Q690) P offers, to sell a painting to K which P knows is the copy of a well known masterpiece. K thinking that the painting is original decides to buy it at a very high price. Is this a valid contract? Show Answer

Q691) X agreed to purchase a ring from S. X believed that ring was a diamond ring. S knows that X was under a mistake and did not disclose the fact. Show Answer

Q692) Peter buys a mosquito killer machine assuming that it is worth Rupees 50000. But actuallyit costs Rupees 5000. The remedy available to Peter ______ Show Answer

Q693) One Blenkam, knowing that Blenkiron & Co were reputed customers of Lindsay & Co, placed an order with Lindsay & Co. by imitating signatures of Blenkiron. Goods were then sold to Cundy, an innocent buyer. Lindsay & Co. sued Cundy for recovery of goods. In this case - Show Answer

Q694) A agrees to sell his horse to B. But unknown to both the parties, the horse had already died at the time of making of the contract. The contract is - Show Answer

Q695) A contract was made for purchase of certain bales of cotton to arrive by a ship called "Peerless" from Mumbai. Two ships of the same name (Peerless) were to sail from Mumbai. Buyer intended to buy cargo of one ship but Seller was selling the cargo of other. The contract is void on grounds of mistake as to - Show Answer

Q696) P wrote to H inquiring price of rifles suggesting that he might buy as many as 50. On receipt of information, he telegraphed, "Send three rifles". Due to telegraphic mistake, message was transmitted as "Send the rifles". H despatched 50 rifles. Though the agreement is void on account of mistake, P could be held liable to pay for three rifles on the basis of an implied contract. Show Answer

Q697) Mistake as to Foreign Law is treated in the same manner as - Show Answer

Q698) To claim reimbursement of money paid on behalf of another persons the payment should be made bonafide i.e.for protection of own interest of the payer Show Answer

Q699) collateral transactions to a lottery Show Answer

Q700) X contracts to sell a stock of hay to Y ,to weigh & deliver it at Rs.100 per tonne ,A part of it was weighed & taken away the reminder .on whom will the loss as regards the remainder fall ? Show Answer

Q701) X, an optical surgeon, employs Y as the assistant for a team of one year s and Y agree not do practice as a surgeon during this period. This contract is Show Answer

Q702) X agrees to pay Rs. 10,000 to Y if he kills Z. The agreement is Show Answer

Q703) In case of an illegal agreement ,collateral transaction also become trained with illegality & will be treated as illegal even though they would have been lawful by themselves Show Answer

Q704) Contracts contingent upon the non-happening of an uncertain future event within a fixed time ,can be enforced by law Show Answer

Q705) A Contingent contract to do or not to do anything on the happening of an uncertain future event Show Answer

Q706) K owes a residential flat in chennai.He is entitled to quite possession & enjoyment of his property .this is called Show Answer

Q708) A agreement for the creation of monopolies ----------- Show Answer

Q709) In a contingent contract neither party should have interest in the happening of the event other than Show Answer

Q710) Every illegal agreement is unlawful, and every unlawful agreement ------- Show Answer

Q711) an agreement the object or consideration of which is unlawful is called------------ Show Answer

Q712) A contract dependent on the happening or non-happening of the future uncertain event is a/an Show Answer

Q713) A contingent contract is Show Answer

Q714) A contingent contract depends on the happening of the future uncertain event can be enforced when the event Show Answer

Q715) Contract contingent upon happening of an Uncertain future Event cannot be enforce by law. Show Answer

Q716) In which of the following agreement, Restraint of Trade is void ? Show Answer

Q717) An agreement in restraint of marriage of any person other than a minor is Show Answer

Q718) An agreement which prevents a person from carrying a lawful business is Show Answer

Q719) An agreement is restraint of legal proceedings is void. it does not cover an agreement which Show Answer

Q720) An agreement to pay money or money's worth on the happening or non-happening of a specified uncertain event is defind as Show Answer

Q721) An agreement to do an illegal act e.g. to share the earnings of a smuggling business , is Show Answer

Q722) Where an agreement consists of 2 parts once legal & the other illegal , & the legal part is seperatable from the illegal one , such legal part is Show Answer

Q723) A contingent contract dependent on the non- happening of the future uncertain event becomes void when such an event Show Answer

Q724) A contingent contract dependent on the non-happening of the specified uncertain event within the fixed time can be enforced if the event Show Answer

Q725) When after the formation of a valid contract, an event happens which makes the performance of contract impossible ,then the contract becomes Show Answer

Q726) A person enter into an agreement whereby he is bound to do something which is against his public or professional duty is ---------- Show Answer

Q727) Which of the following are covered under the heads Agreement Opposed to Public Policy ? 1.Trading with alien enemy , 2. Restraint of parental rights 3. Marriage brokerage contracts ,4. Contracts to do impossible acts Show Answer

Q728) X is not a minor. X agrees to Y, for Rs. 1,00,000 that he will never marry. The promise of X is Show Answer

Q729) A B & C enter into an agreement for division among them of gains acquired or to be acquired by them by fraud Show Answer

Q730) X promises to drop a prosecution which he has instituted against Y for robbery. Y promises to restore the value of the things taken.The agreement is Show Answer

Q731) an agreement between Kat & Rat ,whereby Kat agrees to pay Rs.1,00,000 to Rat if hew gives an employment to Kat is Show Answer

Q733) Every agreement by which anyone is restrained from exercising a lawful profession trade or business of any kind Show Answer

Q734) X sell the goodwill of his business to Y and agree with him to refrain from carrying on a similar business within specific local limits. Show Answer

Q735) Every agreement by which any party is restricted absolutely from enforcing his rights Show Answer

Q736) Two or more person agree that any any dispute which may arise between them in respect of any subject shall be referred to arbitration Show Answer

Q737) A who is a dealer in coconut-oil only, agrees to sell to B'100 tons of oil ' Show Answer

Q738) A agrees to sell B 'all the grain in my granary at 'Bhadrak' Show Answer

Q739) Agreement by way of wager are Show Answer

Q740) B agrees to sell to P '1000 kg of rice at a price to be fixed by M Show Answer

Q741) An agreement made for a prize of Rs.500 to be rewarded to the winner of a house race Show Answer

Q742) which of the following agreement are void Show Answer

Q743) X contract to pay Rs.20,000 to Y if Y's house burnt. this is a Show Answer

Q744) A contracts to B pay a sum of money when B marries C .C dies without being married to B the contract becomes Show Answer

Q745) A stifling agreement is Show Answer

Q746) If the contract is impossible in itself, physically or legally, the agreement is Show Answer

Q747) The term object means Show Answer

Q748) A agrees to pay B a sum of money if a certain ship does not return ,the ship is sunk the contract  Show Answer

Q749) An act or an undertaking is forbidden by law, when it is Show Answer

Q750) A agrees to B to pay a sum of money if B marries C .C marries D for the purpose of contract Show Answer

Q751) Champerty implies as agreement, whereby one party is to assist another. Show Answer

Q752) Maintenance implies financing of suit by third parties. Show Answer

Q753) A promise to pay B a sum of money if a certain ship returns within the year Show Answer

Q754) Contingent agreement to do or not to do anything ,if an impossible event known to the parties to the agreement at the time when it happens are Show Answer

Q755) If the object of an agreement is to cause injury to the person, it is Show Answer

Q756) A agrees to pay B Rs.1,000 if B will marry A's daughter C .C was dead at the time of the agreement Show Answer

Q757) Sam agrees to pay Rs.10,000 to saraswati if he brings a tiger from Sunderbans.this is a Show Answer

Q758) Which of the following is correct ? Show Answer

Q759) contingent contract is defined in section Show Answer

Q760) A contract which depends on the happening or non-happening of future uncertain event is called Show Answer

Q761) Under English Law ----------- agreement are void Show Answer

Q762) An agreement the meaning of which is uncertain is Show Answer

Q763) Contracts of insurance are Show Answer

Q764) A promises to deliver goods to B on a certain day on payment of Rs.1,000 .A dies before that day Show Answer

Q765) A promises to paint picture for B by a certain day , at a certain price .A dies before the day Show Answer

Q766) A & B agrees that A shall pay b Rs.1,000 ,for which b shall afterwards deliver to A either rice or smuggled opium Show Answer

Q767) A owes B Rs.10,000 but debt is barred by limitation Act. A signs a written promise to by B rs. 8,000 on account of this debt. The contract is Show Answer

Q768) An agreement between the manufactures and traders not to sell the goods below a certain price, to to pool profits and to divide business profits in certain proportion is Show Answer

Q769) Illegal agreement are Show Answer

Q770) Illegal agreement are those agreement which are------- Show Answer

Q771) When there is a single consideration for one or more unlawful objects, the agreement is Show Answer

Q772) If the legal promise can be separate from the illegal one, then the legal promise. Show Answer

Q773) Unlawful agreement are Show Answer

Q774) An agreement made with bonafide object assisting a person will be Show Answer

Q775) The illegality of the object of a contract is dealt in the Indian Contract Act, 1872 in Show Answer

Q776) An agreement is said to be opposed to public when Show Answer

Q777) Wages are illegal an Show Answer

Q778) These is an exception to wagers In Indian contract act an ; Show Answer

Q779) The maxim "in pari delicto, portion est. condition defendentis" means Show Answer

Q780) An agreement to buy a ticket for a lottery is not a wagering agreement Show Answer

Q781) Which of the following is not a legal requirement of a valid contingent contract? Show Answer

Q782) Conditional contract are called --------- contracts Show Answer

Q783) The contingent contract dependent upon the happening of of an impossible event is ---------- Show Answer

Q784) A ----------- event means an events which is not an internal part of the contract Show Answer

Q785) Section ----------- of the Indian Contract Act deals with "Completely unlawful object / Consideration". Show Answer

Q786) E, an agent for a landlord G, agree for money, without G's knowledge, to obtain a lease of land belonging to G for his friend F. The agreement between E and F is Show Answer

Q787) B is a licensed manufacture of permitted chemicals. A promise to B to supervise B's business and combine it with the production of some contraband item together with the permitted items. B promises to pay A, a salary Rs. 10,000 p.m. The agreement is - Show Answer

Q788) In case of a void agreement, these is no legal remedy for the parties to the contract. Even the curt will not permit performance of the contract even if the parties desire. Show Answer

Q789) In patna,, 29 out of 30 manufactures of combs agreed with R to supply combo only to him and not to any one else. Under the agreement R was free to reject the goods if his found no market for them. The agreement is ----------- Show Answer

Q790) S, a seller of imitation jewellery, sells his business to B and promises, not to carry on business of inimitation jewellery and real jewellery, the agreement is Show Answer

Q792) Trade combinations agreement like opening and closing of business ventures, licensing of traders, supervision and control of dealers, etc. are- Show Answer

Q793) Execution of a bond requiring employees leaving the organisation to pay compensation to employer is ------- Show Answer

Q794) An employee, by the terms of his service agreement, is prevented from accepting a similar engagement after the termination of his service . The restraint is -- Show Answer

Q795) Any agreement which discharges any party thereto from liabilities under or in respect of any contract on the expiry of a specified period so as restrict any party from enforceable his rights is -- Show Answer

Q796) An agreement to refer the dispute to the arbitrator is valid in respect of disputers - Show Answer

Q797) F agree to sell his produce to G. provided H shall come, inspect and fix the price. the agreement is ------ Show Answer

Q798) No action is allowed on an illegal agreement based on the maxim "Ex turpi causa oritur actio" Show Answer

Q799) Where a person enters into a wagering transaction through an agent, and the agent fails to carry out Principle's instructions Show Answer

Q800) In the States of Gujarat and Maharashtra, Collateral Transaction to a Wagering Agreement are ---- Show Answer

Q801) A, in Mumbai, bets with b loses. A applies to C for a lone in order to pay B. C gives the loan to A to enable him to pay B. In this case --------- Show Answer

Q802) Prize Competitions which involves skill, e.g. picture puzzles, crossword competitions, athletic competition etc are ---- Show Answer

Q803) As per the prize Competition act, 1955, prize competitions in games are not wagers provided the prize money does not exceed------- Show Answer

Q804) Contract made before war with an citizen of an alien country which are not against public policy are - Show Answer

Q805) Which of these are not opposed to public policy ? Show Answer

Q806) A compromise of compoundable offences valid. Show Answer

Q807) L agrees to pay M Rs. 50,000 for suing N and in turn seeking 60% share in the proceeds received by M in the suit. This is an example of Show Answer

Q808) X borrowed money from Y, a moneylender, On the promise that the (X), would not, without Y's written consent, leaves his job, borrow money, dispose of his property or change his residence, Agreement is Show Answer

Q809) A local body granted a monopoly to k to sell vegetable in a particular locality, Agreement is Show Answer

Q810) The promisor shall compensate the promisee for loss sustained by him due to non-performance of the promise, where the promisor promised to do something which --- Show Answer

Q811) A contingent contract is a contract to do, or not to so something, if some event, ----------- to such contract, does or does not happen Show Answer

Q812) A contingent Contract is a contract to do, or not to do something, if some event, collateral to such contract. Show Answer

Q813) A makes a contract with B to sell a horse to B at a specified price if C, to whom the horse had been earlier offered, refuses to buy. Contract cannot be enforced by law--- Show Answer

Q814) In a Wagering Agreement, the future event is the ---------- In determining the agreement Primary Show Answer

Q815) In a contingent Contract, the future event is a ------------ in determining the agreement. Show Answer

Q816) ____________stipulated in a contract ,acts as a deterrent to avoid performance Show Answer

Q817) A ,B & C jointly promised to pay Rs.90,000 to D .before performance of the contract ,C dies .here ,the contract Show Answer

Q818) A agrees to pay Rs.25,000 to B if a certain ship returns within a year .however ,the ship sinks within the year .in this case .the contract becomes Show Answer

Q819) Kat ,an actress was engaged for a tour ,the agreement provided that if the party went to London .K would be engaged at a salary to be mutually agreed between them , in such a case Show Answer

Q820) In which of the following cases, the promisor is at fault ? Show Answer

Q821) When a person has made a promise to two or more persons jointly ,then unless a contrary intention appears from the contract ,& after the death of all of them the right to claim performance rests with Show Answer

Q822) In case of the death of the promiser before performance ,the representative of the promisor are not bound when Show Answer

Q823) In a contract ,the time fixed for performance of the contract has expired but the time is not essential .what is the remedy of the promisee in the circumstances Show Answer

Q824) Where the promisee has to apply to the promisor for performance ,such application should be made at a proper time & place. what is proper time & place is a Show Answer

Q825) Assignment by operation of law takes place Show Answer

Q826) Which of the following persons can perform a personal contract ? Show Answer

Q827) X,Y & Z jointly promised to pay Rs.90,000 to R .Before performance of the contract, Z dies .Here ,the contract Show Answer

Q828) A agrees to pay Rs.1,000 to B if a certain ships return within a year .However ,the ship sinks within the year .In this case ,the contract becomes Show Answer

Q829) Where time is the essence of the contract and the promisor fails to perform his promise in time, the contract becomes : Show Answer

Q830) Where the performance of a promise by one party depends on the prior performance of promise by the other party, Such reciprocal promise fall under the category of--.----------- promises Show Answer

Q831) Suppose the time fixed for performance of the contract has expired but the time is not essential. What is the remedy of the promise in the circumstances ? Show Answer

Q832) Promises which form the consideration or part of the consideration for each other, are called Show Answer

Q833) Performance of a contract may be in the from of Show Answer

Q835) When the promisee refuses to accept the performance from the promisor who offers to perform, it is : Show Answer

Q836) The promises which are to performed simultaneously are called ----------- promises. Show Answer

Q837) Which tender does not discharge the promisor from his liability ? Show Answer

Q838) A surety made certain payment on behalf of his principal Show Answer

Q839) A ,B & C jointly promise to pay D the sum of Rs.6,000 .C is compelled to pay the whole .A is insolvent ,but his assets are sufficient to pay one-half of his debts Show Answer

Q840) A owes B Rs. 50,000. B accepts some of A's good in reduction of debt. In such case, the delivery of good. Show Answer

Q841) Three persons make a joint promise .The promisor released one of the promisors Show Answer

Q842) one person has made a promise to three persons jointly .that the person dies .No specific intention appears in the contract as to performance Show Answer

Q843) By, the contract ,a promisor is to perform his promise without application by the promisee.No time for performance is specified in the contract Show Answer

Q844) A promise is to be performed on a certain day without application by the promisee Show Answer

Q845) when a promise is to be performed on a certain day Show Answer

Q846) when a promise is to be performed without application by the promisee & no place is fixed Show Answer

Q847) When a contract of reciprocal promises to be simultaneously performed Show Answer

Q848) When a contract contains reciprocal promises ,one party to the contract prevents the other from performing his promise, the contract becomes Show Answer

Q849) When in a contract containing reciprocal promises ,one party prevents the other from performing his promise ,the party so prevented is entitled to Show Answer

Q850) Offer to perform is called Show Answer

Q851) In case of an alternative promise ,one branch of which is legal & the other illegal .The legal branch Show Answer

Q852) A contract can be performed by Show Answer

Q853) Which is a valid tender Show Answer

Q854) A owes money to B under a contract. It is agreed between A,B & C ,that B shall thenceforth accept C as his debtor ,instead of A Show Answer

Q855) If any promisee neglects reasonable facilities to the promisor for the performance of his promise Show Answer

Q856) Mr. X lends Rs.10,000 to Mr. Y. He later tell Y that he need not repay the amount. The contract is discharged by Show Answer

Q857) A Tender will be irrevocable where :

Q858) "A" invites tenders for the specific supply of 10 quintals of cotton. "B","c" and "D" submit their tender. A contract is concluded when :

Q859) A promise to compensate, wholly or in part, by a person who has already voluntarily done something for the promisor is Show Answer

Q860) A promisee can recover the promised amount of charity from the promisor Show Answer

Q861) Latin maxim Ignorantia juris non excusat means: Show Answer

Q862) A contract cannot be performed by : Show Answer

Q863) If promise does not accept a valid tender or goods and service. Show Answer

Q864) Which of these parties cannot demand performance of a promise Show Answer

Q865) When the promisor refuses or disables himself from performance his promise, the promisee : Show Answer

Q866) On death of promisor, the contract which involve any personal skill------------ performed by their legal representative of that promisor. Show Answer

Q867) The liability of the legal heir is : Show Answer

Q868) When a promisee accept the performance of the promise from a third person -------------- it against the promisor later. Show Answer

Q869) If the promise does not accept the valid tender of money Show Answer

Q870) Generally time fixed for ----------- is consideration to be the essence of a contract and non the time fixed for -------- Show Answer

Q871) Anita, Sunita and Neeta jointly promised to pay Rs. 1,20,000 to Dev. Anita was compelled by Dev to pay the entire amount of Rs. 1,20,000. Here : Show Answer

Q872) A,B and C Jointly promise to pay Rs. 3,000 to D, here : Show Answer

Q873) Reciprocal promises consist of promises by : Show Answer

Q874) A and B promise to marry each other. Show Answer

Q875) When the promise by one party can be performed without waiting for the party to perform his promise, the promise is known as a -------- promise Show Answer

Q876) Each party is a promisor and a promisee in case of : Show Answer

Q877) Sale of goods for cash is an example of : Show Answer

Q878) Where debt to be discharged is not indicated by the debtors, the creditor : Show Answer

Q879) Where neither parties make any appropriation the money received must be applied : Show Answer

Q880) When the money is received by a creditor without any definite appropriation and there is also interest due on it, then the money must be applied : Show Answer

Q881) X owns totally Rs.50,000 to Y. He sends a cheque for Rs. 20,000 starting that it shall be appropriated toward the first sum of Rs. 20,000 he took from Y.Y shall appropriate it towards : Show Answer

Q882) When a party to a contract transfers his contractual right to another, it is: Show Answer

Q883) Xavier, who owns Rs.20,000 to Marshall, dies leaving an estate of Rs. 5,000. The legal representatives of Xavier are : Show Answer

Q884) Assignment of contract may be by : Show Answer

Q885) Under ------------ , both benefits and burden attached to the contract devolve upon the legal heir. Show Answer

Q886) Which of the following statements is not true? Show Answer

Q887) What is the reasonable time for performing of a contract ? Show Answer

Q888) In case of default by joint promisors, the promisee : Show Answer

Q889) All wagering agreement and contingent contracts are void : Show Answer

Q890) Unconditional contract are called ---------- contracts Show Answer

Q891) A ------------- is not a game, but contingent upon the happening or non - happening of a uncertain future event. Show Answer

Q892) Upon an offer of performance by the promisor, if the promisee neglects to provide or does not provide reasonable facilities for performance, the promisor is : Show Answer

Q893) A promises to delivery bangs is wheat to B. In case of A's death before performance, A's representatives : Show Answer

Q894) A servant is employed for one year on a monthly salary of Rs.1,800, the whole salary to be paid at the end of the year. The servant wrongfully leaves the service after six months. Is he entitled to any salary ? Show Answer

Q895) A enters into a contract with B for dancing at his theater for three night for a fee of Rs.2,00,000. A dances for two nights and he falls. What remedy is available to B ? Show Answer

Q896) X owes Y two sums, one of Rs.2,000 which is barred by Imitation and another for Rs.2,500 which is not barred. X pays Y Rs. 1,000 on account generally. Later Y sues for Rs. 2,500 X pleads.
i) As to Rs. 2,000 that it was time barred, and ii) As to Rs.2,500 a part payment of Rs. 1,000 Show Answer

Q898) ---------------- of a contract taken place when all or some of the terms of the Contract are cancelled. Show Answer

Q899) Contractual impossibilities are known as? Show Answer

Q900) Time may by made the essence of a contract by subsequent notice also. Show Answer

Q901) K sued some of the partners of a firm ABC Co. for damages but then he settled his claim against one of them and agreed to withdraw his claim against such partner and continued his suit against other partners. In his case : Show Answer

Q902) A owns Rs.1,00,000 to XYZ co, a partnership firm, A pays the whole amount to x, a joint promisee. Later Y and Z made a claim on A : Show Answer

Q903) A and B contract that B shall build a house for A for Rs.9 lakhs. B is ready and willing to construct the house. but A prevents him from doing so. In this case : Show Answer

Q904) Whether time is the essence of the contract depends on : Show Answer

Q905) Where performance of contract is remaining in part of both parties of contract, then such contract is known as Show Answer

Q906) In case of death of the Promisor before performance, the Representatives of the Promisor are not bound when - Show Answer

Q907) A, a singer enters into a contract with B, the manager of a theatre to sing at his theatre two nights in every week during the next two months and B engages to pay her ? 1,00,000 for each night's performance. On the sixth night, A willfully absents himself from the theatre. If A turns up after a week and B without saying anything allowed A to perform that night - Show Answer

Q908) Where performance involves the exercise of personal skills by the Promisor, the promise should be performed by - Show Answer

Q909) A is a dancer. She contracts with B to dance in a programme. But before due date of programme, A dies. This contract is performed by Show Answer

Q910) A teacher enters in to contract with a student to teach for the exams, but he dies before teaching. Now Show Answer

Q911) In case of death of a Joint Promisor(s), the Promisee can - Show Answer

Q912) In case of default by Joint Promisors, the Promisee can sue any one of them for the entire promise Show Answer

Q913) Ram, Lai and Shyam jointly promise to pay Mohan ? 30,000. Shyam paid the whole amount to Mohan. If Ram and Lai are solvent, Sham can recover Show Answer

Q914) If any one of the joint promisors makes a default in making contribution. How will it be settle down by other promisors? Show Answer

Q915) Shyam and Sunil are joint promisors. Promisee discharged one of the joint promisor. Then ______ Show Answer

Q916) The right of Joint Promisees to demand performance is - Show Answer

Q917) X, Y and Z are partners of software business jointly promise to pay ? 30,000 to A. Over a period of time Y became insolvent, but his assets are sufficient to pay 1/4th of his debts. Z is compelled to pay the whole. Show Answer

Q918) Reasonable time for performance of a contract is a - Show Answer

Q919) If no time is specified for performance of a Contract, it must be performed with in a reasonable time. â€œReasonable time" means Show Answer

Q920) If time is the essence of the contract and the Promisor fails to perform the contract by the specified time, the contract - Show Answer

Q921) If the time is the essence of Contract and it is not performed with in specified time, then ____ Show Answer

Q922) Whether time is the essence of the contract depends on - Show Answer

Q923) In contracts of sale of movable properties, time is - Show Answer

Q924) In case of reciprocal promises, which is not applicable? Show Answer

Q925) A and B contract that B shall build a house for A for ? 9 Lakhs. B is ready and willing to construct the house, but A prevents him from doing so. In this case - Show Answer

Q926) A creditor agrees with his debtor & a third party to accept that third party as his debtor the contract is discharged by Show Answer

Q927) Partial recession of a contract occurs where the original contract is varied by Show Answer

Q928) A contract stands discharged Show Answer

Q929) In which of the ways can a contract be discharged by impossibility of performance ? Show Answer

Q931) Section ______of the Indian contract act deals with 'agreement in restraint of legal proceedings ' Show Answer

Q932) Novation of a contract under Indian contract act means Show Answer

Q933) For discharge of a contract by Novation ,consent of ___is required Show Answer

Q934) In discharge is contract by novation ,the consideration for the new contract is Show Answer

Q935) A contract is discharged by rescession which means the Show Answer

Q936) Which of the following is /are void ? 1. Agreement in restraint of legal proceedings. , 2. Agreement to stifle prosecution, 3. Agreement by an outgoing partner with his partner not to carry on any business within a specified period or within specified local limits, 4. Contingent Contract Show Answer

Q937) Cancellation of the contract by any party or all the parties to a conract is called Show Answer

Q938) Substitution of a new contract in place of an existing contract is called Show Answer

Q939) The mutual consideration for discharge by rescission is Show Answer

Q941) Acceptance by the promisee of a lesser fulfillment of the promise made is called Show Answer

Q942) In case death of the promisor, the contract involving personal skills Show Answer

Q943) On the performance of obligation by the parties to the contract Show Answer

Q944) A contracts with B to supply certain goods at B's warehouse by 15th may and B agrees to pay on delivery. Both of them may agree to modify the terms, say, delivery on 18th may and payment one week since delivery. The original contract is discharged by Show Answer

Q945) A,a singer ,enters into contract with B , the manager of a theatre,to sign at his theatre two nights in every week during next two months for Rs.100 for each night's .on the sixth night A willfully absent herself from the theatre Show Answer

Q946) Prior to the date of performance ,if the promisor refuses to perform ,it is called Show Answer

Q947) an agreement to do an impossible act Show Answer

Q948) where a debtor ,owing several distinct debts to one person ,makes a payment to him either with express intimation ,or under circumstances implying ,that the payment to be applied to the discharge of some particular Show Answer

Q949) where there is no stipulation as to payment of any particular debt Show Answer

Q950) Where neither party makes any appropriation, the payment shall be applied Show Answer

Q951) A contract is discharged by the operation of law Show Answer

Q952) If the parties to a contract agree to substitute a new contract for it ,or to rescind or alter it Show Answer

Q953) A owes B Rs.10,000 .A enters into an agreement with B ,& gives B a mortgage of his estate for Rs.5,000 in place of the debt of Rs.10,000 Show Answer

Q954) In case of Novation Show Answer

Q955) A owes B Rs.5,000 , C pays to B Rs.1,000 & b accepts them ,in satisfaction of his claim on A Show Answer

Q956) rescission is a contract Show Answer

Q957) Contracting parties may not remain same in ----------- Show Answer

Q958) If the parties to a contract agree to rescind it, the original contract_________l Show Answer

Q959) ----------- means a change one or the more terms of the contract with the mutual consent of the parties Show Answer

Q960) Impossibility which does not exist at the time of making the contract but which arise subsequently after the formation of the contract is called Show Answer

Q961) Where the performance of a contract becomes subsequently impossible or unlawful, the contract becomes. Show Answer

Q962) If war is declared between India and Pakistan, then the contract entered between parties of these two countries becomes Show Answer

Q963) In case of commercial impossibility Show Answer

Q964) X of Delhi agreed to sell 100 bales of cotton @ Rs.1,000 per bale and deliver within a fortnight at the buyer's godown at Lahore, if these goods where to be manufacture by Z. But if Z didn't manufacture those goods, then the contract is Show Answer

Q965) X undertakes to paint a picture for Y. He dies before he paints the picture. The contract Show Answer

Q966) A contract is not discharged by the supervening impossibility in case of Show Answer

Q967) If the performance of the contract becomes impossibility due to the act of omission of a party, it is called as Show Answer

Q968) When a person is declared insolvent by the Court of Law, is discharged from all the liabilities on all contract entered into Show Answer

Q969) The period of limitation for recovering a debt is Show Answer

Q970) When a contract cases to bind the parties to it, it is said to be Show Answer

Q971) A was the tenant of B's house. A purchased B's house. The old agreement between A A and B is discharged. Such discharge is called a/an Show Answer

Q972) X contracted to sell his plot of 500 sq. yards to Y for Rs. 1,00,000. The sale deed which was in possession of Y. Before registration, X altered the deed and made 300 sq. yards. The contract was discharged on the ground of. Show Answer

Q973) Once the promise is performed under the contract, the contract to an end. This is called Show Answer

Q974) ----------- signifies that the parties are not further bound under the contract. Show Answer

Q975) The contract is discharged on the ground of Show Answer

Q976) A contract is discharged, if the is not performed within Show Answer

Q977) ------------ means the failure of a party to perform his obligations. Show Answer

Q978) Breach of a contract may be Show Answer

Q979) -------------- occurs on the due date of performance or during the performance Show Answer

Q980) -------------- occurs prior to the date of performance Show Answer

Q981) In case of anticipatory breach, the aggrieved party can Show Answer

Q982) Where the impossibility is unknown to ------------ the parties, agreement is void ---------- ab initio, when impossibility is ----------- Show Answer

Q983) All the contract that are entered into with alien enemy during the war is Show Answer

Q984) Which of the following events do not discharge the contract unless specifically provided by parties Show Answer

Q985) The remission is the valid discharge of whole of the liability under the contract. which section provides for their provision of Indian contract act. Show Answer

Q986) Breaking of an obligation which one is bound to do a contract is called Show Answer

Q987) No consideration is necessary for a waiver Show Answer

Q988) A bill of exchange which was accepted by K, reaches K's hands after being negotiated and endorsed through 4 other parties. The contract is discharged due to Show Answer

Q989) In case of alteration, there is change in the parties and new parties may be included. Show Answer

Q990) A contract can be discharged by - Show Answer

Q991) A contracts to sell his car to B for ? 4,00,000 and B agrees to pay on delivery. Once the car is delivered to B and B pays ? 4,00,000, contract comes to an end, This is called - Show Answer

Q992) When an inferior right accruing to a party in a contract merges into a superior right accruing to the same party, then - Show Answer

Q993) A holds a house on lease, After that he buys the house and became owner, The Contract is discharged by ______. Show Answer

Q994) A Contract entered between Promisor and Promisee becomes impossible to perform due to destruction of subject matter. In this case - Show Answer

Q995) The original contract need not be performed if there is- Show Answer

Q996) If a new contract is substituted in place of an existing contract it is called - Show Answer

Q997) Novation of a contract under Indian Contract Act, means - Show Answer

Q998) X & Y entered into an agreement to buy an imported car for ? 30,000. Later on they cancelled the agreement This is known as _______. Show Answer

Q999) When both the parties have decided to cancel the contract, it is known as ______. Show Answer

Q1000) A voidable contract becomes void in case of Show Answer

Q1001) Rescission of a Voidable Contract may also be revoked and the parties can get back on die original contract. Show Answer

Q1002) Change in some or all terms of the Contract is - Show Answer

Q1003) Ashok owes Lakhsmi ? 25,000/-. Lakshmi said that she will accept Rs15,000/- towards final settlement It is contract. Show Answer

Q1004) A sold a tin of disinfectant powder to K without warning knowing fully that if the tin was not opened with care , it will likely to cause injury . K was injured while opening the tin .Which of the following statement (s) is / are correct ? Show Answer

Q1005) A purchased a refrigerator on hire purchase from B & pledge with C .D purchased a refrigerator from C in good faith ,on knowing the facts B wants to recover the refrigerator from D .Which of the following statement (s) is / are correct ? Show Answer

Q1006) A timber merchant agreed to supply best teak at a certain agreed price to a builder .Later the merchant supplied timber which was identified as ordinary class of timber & demanded the payment from the builder .Which of the following statement (s) is / are correct ? Show Answer

Q1007) When price is to be fixed by the third party & the third party does not make such valuation ,the other party may Show Answer

Q1008) A party entitled to rescind the contract is also entitled to receive the compensation from the defaulting party Show Answer

Q1009) An anticipatory breach does not give any right to claim compensation Show Answer

Q1010) M promised to pay N for his service at his M sole discretion found to be fair & reasonable .however ,N dissatisfied with payment made by M wanted to sue him N's suit will be Show Answer

Q1011) Damages awarded to compensate the injured party for the actual amount of loss suffered by him for breach of contract are called Show Answer

Q1012) Quantum maruit is not applicable i.e. ,there is no right to sue when Show Answer

Q1013) In case of anticipatory breach ,the damages will be assessed from the Show Answer

Q1014) When there is breach of contract ,special damages are awarded Show Answer

Q1015) Only those persons who are parties to a contract can sue & be sued upon the contract .the rule is known as doctrine of Show Answer

Q1016) When prior to the due date of performance, the promisor absolutely refuses to perform the contract ,it is known as Show Answer

Q1017) In the case of anticipatory breach ,the aggrieved party may treat the contract Show Answer

Q1018) In the case of breach of the contract , which of the following remedies is not available to the aggrieved party ? Show Answer

Q1019) Sometimes ,a party is entitled to claim compensation in the proportion to the work done by him. it is possible by a suit for Show Answer

Q1020) Generally ,Which of the following damages are not recoverable ? Show Answer

Q1021) A , B & C jointly promised to pay Rs.60,000 to D .A was completed by D to pay the entire amount of Rs.60,000.Here Show Answer

Q1022) If the damage which were ought to be prevented were not prevented by the aggrieved party, the aggrieved party can Show Answer

Q1023) Ordinary damages are damages Which Show Answer

Q1024) M a popular singer ,enters into a contract with the manager of a theatre , to sing at the theatre two evenings a week for the next 2 months & the manager of the theatre agrees to pay him at the rate of Rs.1,000 for each performance. From the sixth evening onwards ,M absents himself from the theatre.In this context ,which of the following remedies is /are available to the manager of the theatre against M ? Show Answer

Q1025) R ,T & K jointly borrowed Rs.2,00,000 from F by executing a promissory note.T & K are not traceable. F wants to recover the entire amount from R .R objected this move by saying he is liable to pay 1/3 of the debt only .Which of the following statements is correct ? Show Answer

Q1027) P filed a suit against Q for the breach of contract and P incurred Rs. 5,000 as cost of suit. Then, P can Show Answer

Q1028) A agrees to deliver 100 bags of sugar to to B at a certain price on 1st September. If A refuses or fails to deliver the goods on 1st September, there is an Show Answer

Q1029) Quantum maruit means Show Answer

Q1030) When a contract has been broken ,the party who suffers by such breach is entitled for receive ,from the other party Show Answer

Q1031) Exemplary damages are awarded Show Answer

Q1032) Mr. A enter life insurance contract with X and co. On death A, X and co. refuses to pay A's wife .What legal remedy does A's wife have ? Show Answer

Q1033) Incase there is a breach of contract by one party, the other party may rescind the contract and need not perform his part of obligations under the contract, this is called ------------- of the contract. Show Answer

Q1034) The measure of damages in case of breach of a contract is the difference between the Show Answer

Q1035) The damages which can be claimed only when the special circumstance are communicated to the promise are called Show Answer

Q1036) The aggrieved party is entitled to claim monetary compensation for the loss caused due to non performance of promise. This is called Show Answer

Q1037) The damages which can be awarded even if the aggrieved party has not suffered any loss are called Show Answer

Q1039) In case of breach of a contract, the aggrieved party is entitled to claim. Show Answer

Q1040) ---------- does not exist Show Answer

Q1041) The essence of a liquidate damage is that it should be Show Answer

Q1042) If the damages are fixed at the time of contract, then the aggrieved party Show Answer

Q1043) Damages which are awarded for non financial losses are called Show Answer

Q1044) Suit for specific performance means Show Answer

Q1045) Specific performance may be ordered by the Court when Show Answer

Q1046) Quantum meruit is a --------- word Show Answer

Q1047) In case a contract is completely performed, but the performance is poor, then the other party can Show Answer

Q1048) Which of the following statements is not correct ? Show Answer

Q1049) Claim for quantum meruit cannot arise in case of Show Answer

Q1050) To claim quantum meruit, the original contract. Show Answer

Q1051) ---------- means the termination of contract. Show Answer

Q1052) Suit for injection means Show Answer

Q1053) Suit for specific performance and suit for injunction ---------- Show Answer

Q1054) Where a party does something which he promise not to do, which suit be filed ? Show Answer

Q1055) The party committing a breach of contract is called the Show Answer

Q1056) ------------ is a part of the purchase price and paid when the contract is entered into Show Answer

Q1057) In which of the following situations, specific performance can be granted ? Show Answer

Q1058) The right to sue quantum meruit lies with Show Answer

Q1059) When an indivisible contract for lump sum is completely performed but badly, the person who has performed, can Show Answer

Q1060) Damages awarded simply to recognize the right of the party to claim damages for the breach of the contract are called Show Answer

Q1061) If the compensation to be paid on breach of contract is the genuine pre estimate of the prospective damages, it is known as Show Answer

Q1062) In case of -------------- the measure of damages depends upon the severity of stock to the sentiments of the promisee/aggrieved party. Show Answer

Q1063) Injunction is an order of court ---------- a person for doing a particular act Show Answer

Q1064) The law governing the payment of damages is based on the leading English case. Show Answer

Q1065) A stipulation which provides that an increased rate of interest will be paid from the date of default is regarded as Show Answer

Q1066) A contracts to marry B. Before the agreed date of marriage, A marries C. Here, B is entitled to sue A for Show Answer

Q1067) In case of Anticipatory Breach, the Promisee can - Show Answer

Q1068) In case of anticipatory breach remedies available to aggrieved party are _______. Show Answer

Q1069) In case of anticipatory breach, where the Promisee elects to keep the contract alive, if during the time the contract remains open, some event happens discharging the Promisor from his liability, the Contract becomes - Show Answer

Q1070) B chartered A's ship and agreed to load it with a cargo in Odessa within 45 days. B was unable to supply the cargo, but A continued to demand it. Meanwhile war broke out, rendering the performance impossible. In such case - Show Answer

Q1071) In case of anticipatory breach of contract, the _____ Show Answer

Q1072) The remedies open to a person, suffering from breach of contract are - Show Answer

Q1073) Where damages are not an adequate remedy, then court may order for Show Answer

Q1074) Specific Performance may be ordered by the Court when - Show Answer

Q1075) Suit for specific performance of contract can be instituted by the promisee, where _______. Show Answer

Q1076) N, a film star, agreed to act exclusively for K, a film producer, for one year. During the year, she contracted to act for some other producer. In this case, K - Show Answer

Q1077) Quantum Meruit means - Show Answer

Q1078) S, a singer, contracts with H, manager of a theatre, to sing at his theatre for two nights every week during next two months. H agrees to pay her ? 1000 for each night's performance. On sixth night, S willfully absents herself, and H, in consequence, rescinds the contract. In this case - Show Answer

Q1079) N singer contracted with a theatre manager to sing a song, due to her illness she failed to perform the contract, she received 20000 as advance ------ Show Answer

Q1080) Damages which an aggrieved party claims, besides general damages for any loss he has suffered owing to special circumstances known to both the parties at the time of signing the contract are called - Show Answer

Q1081) Which of the following Damages are punishment in nature? Show Answer

Q1082) If the aggrieved party does not face any loss _______ damages can be claimed. Show Answer

Q1083) Which of the following is incorrect? Show Answer

Q1084) A contracts with B to deliver possession of a house under construction within a period of 6 months; failing which he would pay the monthly rental of B. The monthly rental payable by B for A is in the nature of - Show Answer

Q1085) Quasi contractual obligations are also termed as Show Answer

Q1086) A left certain goods at B house by mistake & B used the goods as his own .Here A can recover the price of goods from B Show Answer

Q1087) The basis of quasi contractual relations is the: Show Answer

Q1088) Sometimes ,a person finds certain goods belonging to some other persons .In such a case ,the finder: Show Answer

Q1089) The special damages ,i.e. the damages which arise due to so special or unusual circumstances Show Answer

Q1090) X agrees to pay Rs.5000 to Y if it rains ,& Y promises to pay a like amount to A if it does not rain ,this agreement is called a: Show Answer

Q1092) A wagering agreement Show Answer

Q1093) Quasi contracts arise" Show Answer

Q1094) Quasi contract can be created by : Show Answer

Q1095) A finder of goods has the responsibility as that of a: Show Answer

Q1096) Quasi contracts are called contracts in facts and not the contract in law Show Answer

Q1097) Claim for necessaries of life supplied to a lunatic u/s 68 of Indian contract Act, can enforced against: Show Answer

Q1098) A person,who is interested is the payment of money, which another is bound by law to pay, is entitled to be reimbursed by the other. this principle is enshrined in ------- of the Indian contract act, 1872.

Q1099) To claim reimbursement of money paid on behalf of another person, which of the following is not required?

Q1100) Under section ------- of the Indian contract act, some person have the duty similar to that of a bailee.

Q1101) If sales tax had been deposited with respect to an item on which was there no levy the depositor / assessee is :

Q1102) In case of payment of amount under mistake, the period of imitation starts from :

Q1103) No one should be allowed to enrich himself at the cost of the other" is the fundamental rule of-------

Q1104) The obligation under quasi contract is:

Q1105) The right under quasi contract is available against: Show Answer

Q1106) Quasi contract under English law is also called as : Show Answer

Q1107) The finder of the goods can sell the goods if the lawful changes of the finder, in respect of thing found, exceed ------------ of their value. Show Answer

Q1108) A, who supplies to B, a lunatic, with necessaries suitable to their condition in life, is entitled to be reimbursed from : Show Answer

Q1109) A quasi contract is not a ----------- contract. Show Answer

Q1110) A quasi contract is imposed upon the parties on the grounds of the principle of ------- Show Answer

Q1111) A wagering agreement is an agreement between two person under which money or money's worth is payable by one person to another depending on the : Show Answer

Q1112) Wagering agreements are: Show Answer

Q1113) The transaction for sale and purchase of stocks and shares or for sale delivery of shares are : Show Answer

Q1114) The transaction collateral to the main transaction under wagering agreement is : Show Answer

Q1115) Quasi contracts are : Show Answer

Q1116) Claim for necessaries supplied to an incompetent person. Show Answer

Q1117) Responsibility of the finder of goods is provided in the Indian contract act 1872, in Show Answer

Q1118) The finder can sell the goods if : Show Answer

Q1119) X leaves his goods at Y's place who consumes them. Y is bound to pay the price. Y's act of consumption of goods constitutes an implied promise to pay, under the principle of- Show Answer

Q1120) Quasi-contractual obligations arise by the principle of Show Answer

Q1122) _______ arises obligations where no Contract is originally entered - Show Answer

Q1123) The Indian Contract Act deals with the following Quasi Contractual Obligations -
(I) Claim for necessaries supplied to a person incompetent to contract
(II) Reimbursement of money paid, due by another
(III) Obligation of person enjoying benefit of non gratuitous act
(IV) Responsibility of Finder of Goods

Q1124) In case of necessaries supplied to a person incompetent to contract, which of the following is true? Show Answer

Q1125) Claim for necessaries of life supplied to a lunatic u/s 68 of Indian Contract Act, can be enforced against - Show Answer

Q1126) To claim reimbursement of money paid on behalf of another person, which of the following is not required? Show Answer

Q1127) A person enjoying the benefits of a lawful non- gratuitous act of another - Show Answer

Q1128) A person who finds goods belonging to another and takes them into his custody, is subject to the same responsibility as a - Show Answer

Q1129) It is the duty of finder to return the goods to true owner. Otherwise the finder is guilty of Show Answer

Q1130) In relation to Indian Contract Act, 1872. Identify the Incorrect Statement.

Q1131) A supplies B, a lunatic, with necessities appropriate for his condition in life. A is entitled to be reimbursed. Show Answer

Q1132) The Latin word 'quid proquo' refers to which of the following terms defined under Indian Contract Act, 1872? Show Answer

Q1133) 'A' is entitled to succeed to an estate at the death of 'B'. 'B' dies. 'C'having received intelligence of B's death, prevent the intelligence reaching A and thus induces A to sell him his interest in the estate the sale is: Show Answer

Q1134) Read the following statement and choose the correct option
(i) A quasi-contract rests on the equitable principle that a person shall not be allowed to enrich himself unjustly at the expense of another.
(ii) A quasi-contract in true sense is not a contract, it is an obligation which the law creates, in the absence of any agreement. Show Answer

Q1135) As per the Indian Contract Act, 1872, when an agreement is enforceable by law it gives rise to: Show Answer

Q1136) Kyan, Orion and Pixee jointly promise to pay sabriel 3000 rupees. As per contract act, 1872, whom can sabriel compel to pay the amount? Show Answer

Q1137) As per the Indian Contract Act, 1872, what is an agreement 'NOT' enforceable by Law? Show Answer

Q1138) Mr. Jackpot is a patient in a lunatic asylum. But occasionally he is of sound mind and during that time he entered in to a contract with Mr. Bill. As per the Indian Contract Act, 1872, identify the nature of the contract. Show Answer

Q1139) As per the Indian Contract Act, 1872, 'In case one branch of promise is legal and the other branch is illegal then the legal branch alone can be enforced' what is this called? Show Answer

Q1140) Arnab gets into a deal with Bishnu is from Burma, and agrees to sell him 1,000 tons of grains by the end of that month. Meanwhile, a war breaks out between two countries Bishnu suffers a loss as the grains do not reach him on time. What may be the possible outcome if Bishnu sues Arnab? Show Answer

Q1141) As per the Indian Contract Act,1872, when at the desire of the promisor, the promisee or any other person has done or abstained from doing, or does or abstain from doing, or promises to do or to abstain from doing something, such act or abstinence or promise is called a _________ Show Answer

Q1142) As per the Indian Contract Act,1872, what is the starting point for any valid contract? Show Answer

Q1143) As per the Indian Contract Act,1872, who is not required to perform the promise? Show Answer

(I) A voidable contract is one which a party can put to an end and he can exercise his option, if his consent was not free.
(II) When consent to an agreement is caused by coercion, fraud or misrepresentation, the agreement is a contract voidable at the option of the party whose consent was so caused. Show Answer

Q1145) The Indian Contract Act,1872, provides that, every person is competent to enter into a valid contract it he/she has attained the age of majority, which in India is. Show Answer

Q1146) Identify the illustration for invitation to offer among the given options Show Answer

Q1147) Which of the following options is related to 'Quasi-Contract' Under the Indian Contract Act, 1872? Show Answer

Q1148) Read the following statements and choose the correct option.
(i) Coercion is any which is forbidden by the Indian Penal Code
(ii) Suit for specific performance can be filed by the party who has suffered damages because of the breach of contract by another party
(iii) Contract can be rescinded
(iv) Exceptions to the privity of contract doctrine is not applicable to the Indian Contract act, 1872. Show Answer

Q1149) Identify the legal case (c) of India that is/are related to concept of 'Absolute Liability'
(i) M.C. Mehta Vs Union of India
(ii) Bhopal Gas leak case Show Answer

Q1150) Read the following statement with reference to Indian Contract Act, 1872 and choose the correct answer.
(i) An agreement made without consideration is void, unless it expressed in writing and is registered under the law and is made on account of natural love and affection between parties.
(ii) An agreement made without consideration is void, unless it is a promise to compensate, wholly or inpart, a person who has already Voluntarily done something for the promisor. Show Answer

Q1151) As per Indian Contract Act, 1872, a person who finds goods belonging to another, and takes them into his custody, is subject to the same responsibility as a: Show Answer

Q1152) As per Indian Contract Act, 1872, the question "What is a proper time and place" for performance of a contract is, in each particular case: Show Answer

Q1153) As per Indian Contract Act, 1872, every agreement of which the object or consideration is unlawful is: Show Answer

Q1154) R sold some hens to Q on 'as is, where is' and 'with no fault' condition. However, the hens had disease which R knew but did not reveal to Q. Later when Q finds out about the disease, he decides to sue R for keeping silent. Which of the following statements is True for the given scenario? Show Answer

Q1155) Which reference to the Indian Contract Act, 1872. Which of the following options is the correct meaning of the word Repudiation? Show Answer

Q1156) S is minor but he fraudulently takes a loan of Rs. 1 lakh from P after misrepresenting that he is a major. S spent the entire amount and failed to repay the loan amount P sues S for recovery of loan and for damages incurred due to fraudulent misrepresentation. What is the most appropriate outcome of this contact? Show Answer

Q1157) A and B decide to marry each other while they are studying in college B promises to A that after completing his studies and taking UP a job, he would marry her. He also says that if he does not marry her, he will pay her a lumpsum of Rs. 40,000 B marry C, a friend of A. What is nature of this agreement? Show Answer

Q1158) A doctor is operating on husband of H is so tensed that she goes inside the operation theatre and tells the doctor that she will pay him lakh extra if the operation is successful. The operation is successful and the doctor claims the money H refuses to pay. Advise the doctor about initiating a case against H. Show Answer

Q1159) R, A businessman promises to sell goods which are in a ship in high seas to T and makes a contract therein however, later the parties come to know that the ship has sunk long back before the agreement was made and all the goods are lost. What is the most appropriate outcome of this contract? Show Answer

Q1160) A bought a printer from B with the condition that if its working is not found satisfactory he will return it within 10 days. A is not satisfied with the performance of the printer and return it to B within 10 days the contract is. Show Answer

Q1161) M wanted to rent out his house to a tenant P. He knew that P carries out smuggling activities but still rents out the house for the same purpose P failed to pay timely rent. So M decided to file a suit against him for recovery of the money which of the following can be the most appropriate outcome of the case as per the Indian Contract Act, 1872? Show Answer

Q1162) Read the following statement and choose the correct option
(i) A quasi-contract rests on the equitable principle that a person shall not be allowed to enrich himself unjustly at the expense of another.
(ii) A quasi-contract in true sense is not a contract, it is an obligation which the law creates, in the absence of any agreement.
(iii) A quasi-contract has all elements of a contracts except for the registration part Show Answer

Q1163) X, a house owner enters into a contract with Y a tenant for letting out of the house for smuggling activities with reference to Indian Contract Act, 1872, what is the nature of this contract? Show Answer

Q1164) 'A' had a contract with 'B' to deliver certain goods of a particular quality 'B' at his house. The goods were delivered to 'B' at his office and 'B' which of the following options is correct? Show Answer

Q1165) As per Indian Contract Act, 1872 which of the following statements is False with reference to rules governing 'Acceptance'? Show Answer

Q1166) Identify the statement which correctly defines the legal term "Battery" Show Answer