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The Indian Contract Act, 1872 - Quasi Contracts (Old & New) Notes

Q1. What do you understand by ‘Quasi-Contract’? Discuss.

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Q2. Explain the meaning of ‘Quasi-Contracts’. State the circumstances which are identified as quasi contracts by the Indian Contract Act, 1872.

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Q3. Zayn rent out his house situated at Mumbai to Lalit for a rent of 10,000 per month. A sum of 5 lakh, the house tax payable by Zayn to the Municipal Corporation being in arrears, his house is advertised for sale by the corporation. Lalit pays the corporation, the sum due from Zayn to avoid legal consequences. Referring to the provisions of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 decide whether Lalit is entitled to get the reimbursement of the said amount from Zayn.

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Q4. Yogesh holds agricultural land in Gujarat on a lease granted by Ramesh, the owner. The land revenue payable by Ramesh to The Government being in arrear his land is advertised for sale by the Government. Under the Revenue law, the consequence of such sale will be termination of lease. Yogesh, in order to prevent the sale and the consequent termination of his own lease, pays the Government, the sum due from Ramesh. Referring to the provisions of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 decide whether Ramesh is liable to make good to Yogesh, the amount so paid?

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Q5. Anmol promises to pay Biren 1 lakh if Biren's ship does not return. When can this promise be enforced?

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