A law-free contract has no legal effect. An illegal contract, such as the nullity contract, has no legal value between the direct parties, but it has the effect of ensuring that the transactions are tainted with illegality and thus become enforceable. Under sections 11 and 12 of the Act, the following persons do not comply with the contract- A contract is an agreement that leads to enforceable or statutory obligations. The distinguishing factor between contractual obligations and other legal obligations is that they are based on the agreement reached between the contracting parties within the meaning of Trietel. Abiola (2005) defined the contract as an agreement between two or more competent parties that will enforce the law. Pollock also defines a contract as a promising or promising promise that will implement the law. America Restatement (second) of the Contract Act defines the contract as “a promise or series of promises of violation, which the law provides recourse or enforcement, which the law somehow recognizes as an obligation.” An agreement reached by a minor, without consideration, certain agreements against public order, etc. We come across films about “contract killers” who ask for money to kill people. Have you ever thought, “Does a contract to kill someone for money, a valid contract?” or “Can the man who gives the contract sue the killer and say that the other party has committed a breach of contract by not doing the job even after the payment of the money?” For example, if a person buys a car that is just 3-4 years old and the owner lied about the year the car was made and thus commits fraud. Now, according to the Indian Contract Act, the 1872 fraud rendered a contract cancelled.
Therefore, the buyer is free to buy the car or not while the seller is bound by his commitment. An agreement whose importance is uncertain and unable to be ruled out [Section 29]; The parties must intend to give legal consequences to the agreement and create legal obligations. Agreements of a social or domestic nature do not provide for legal relations and, as such, do not result in a contract.