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Saad and Khalid are neighbors. Saad owns a bakery in posh area of the city. Occasionally, Khalid visits Saad’s bakery and buys bakery items. One day, Khalid accompanying Mansoor – a mutual friend of the both visits Saad’s bakery. This delights Saad very much. Khalid takes some quality refreshments for Mansoor costing Rs. 470. On leaving the bakery, Khalid as usual takes some candies and chocolates costing Rs. 85 – while Saad was busy on a business call.
Keeping in view the above scenario, is there any contract? If No, why; if Yes then in which category it falls? Justify with proper arguments.
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there is no contract between frnds
yar koi to solution btwo is ka kya hy koi ay hi ni ha abi tk ans
I think there is no contract but the refreshment that he taken will he not pay for this ?????
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there is no contract according to the definition of contract
Contract as defined in Sec. 2(h) is reproduced below:
“An agreement enforceable by law is a contract”
To understand a contract, we need to know what an agreement is. The agreement has been defined in
section 2 (e) of the Act which is given below.
Every promise or every set of promises, forming the consideration for each other is an agreement.
lesson 5 page #21
DrEaM CaTcheR please also read voidable contract on page no 34.
Then what will you say..............
I am in fever of this contract because it says
“An agreement which is enforceable by law at the option of one or more of the parties thereto, but not at
the option of the other or others, is a voidable contract”
A contract becomes voidable in the following situations:
¾ Where consent of a contracting party is not free
¾ Where Promisor prevented from performance of the contract
is case m tu ek frnd n dosry ki just help ki ha na...
to ya contract to na hoa na?
semab lot of confusions in mind for this gdb :(
What is your point of view?
contract ho ga to voidable ho ga ... jab agreement hi ni promise hi ni to contract kasy hy simple hy
ya cotract nh ha na?????
g ni hy