Gobind Das v. Sarju das-1908, Ganesh Prasad v.Mt. Rambati Bai-1942. When a 7-year-old boy buys an ice cream from an ice cream vendor and gives Rs 10 for it, it becomes an arrangement. This is because the boy offers to buy ice cream and the seller accepts the offer that makes it a promise. The counterpart of both was ice and money. From a legal point of view, a contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties which, if it contains the elements of a valid legal agreement, can be implemented by law  or by a binding arbitration procedure. A legally enforceable contract is an exchange of commitments with specific remedies in the event of an infringement. These may include a compensatory measure in which the defaulting party is required to pay funds that would otherwise have been exchanged if the contract had been complied with, or a fair appeal, such as the specific performance in which the person who concluded the contract is required to perform the specific act that he or she did not comply with.
An agreement whose importance is uncertain and cannot be guaranteed [§29]; To conclude a contract, it is very important that the consideration and the object of the contract are legal. A consideration or property is considered illegal if – An enforceable agreement or contract is a binding agreement. The above conditions must be met to make an agreement legally enforceable. The agreement becomes void if one of the above conditions is not met, except in the case of free consent where the agreement becomes countervailable instead of cancelled and leaving it to the party whose agreement was not free at the time of the conclusion of the contract to continue or not the contract. Unacceptable influence: The teacher asked the students that the one who pays their rule 200, This student gets the full score in the viva. Now the teacher was in a fiduciary relationship with the students and was taking unfair advantage of such a position. Thus, such a contract, which the teacher diverts to the student, is questionable by the students. Contracts have always been an indispensable part of our lives. .