Agreement Declared Void And Voidable Under The Contract Act

in, may become inoperative a posteriori by the impossibility of the service, the modification of the law or for other reasons. If so. The contract loses its legal value. [The rights and obligations of the parties in such cases are discussed in Chapter 11] Similarly, the Agreement on the Limitation of Trade, the Agreement on the Limitation of Marriage, the Agreement on the Limitation of Judicial Proceedings, the Betting Agreement, the Agreement to Do Impossible Things are all invalid agreements expressly declared by the Contracts Act in accordance with § 24 to 30 and § 56 of the Contracts Act. The provisions or paragraphs relating to invalid and countervailable contracts under the Indian Contracts Act are not only simplistic, but also extremely clear. .