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Contract Law

A Contract as defined under the Indian Contract Act is “an agreement enforceable by law”. It is the body of law that deals with the making & implementation of agreements. The basic elements that constitute a valid and legally enforceable agreement are; mutual assent expressed by a valid offer and acceptance, capacity, legality, and adequate consideration.
The different types of contracts can be for the sale of goods, transfer of property, contract of employment, lease agreements, etc.

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OFFER AND INVITATION

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INTENTION TO CREATE LEGAL RELATIONS

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CONSENT

(i) Coercion:
(ii) Economic Duress: 
(iii) Undue Influence: 
(iv) Unconscionability:
(vi) Fraud:
(vii) Misrepresentation:
(viii) Mistake:
(ix) Non-Est-Factum:

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