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Jasbeer Singh (student)     06 August 2013

Terms of contract

if A and B make a contract with terms X, Y and Z and A agrees to X and Y but not Z, would that invalidate the offer? case law needed.


 7 Replies

Advocate Sastry (Advocate)     06 August 2013

All terms are to be accepted by both parties... Without this it cannot become a contract.   For case laws read your text book.

binay (advocate)     06 August 2013

1st go for basic, read the contract act carefully, then go for judgement

2BHelpfull (Other)     07 August 2013

all party to the contract must sign any alteration in the contract ,

even if one person from many person to the offer is ignore, then offer is not valid.

sanjay kumar (BE/ LLM in Corporate Laws)     12 August 2013

If all the terms are not agreed, its simply not a contract.

Its a very trivial need for case studies.

bharat v bhatia (lawyer )     16 August 2013

there is no need for any case law as one of the rule of contract law is "Acceptence should be complete and partial acceptence or conditional acceptence is no accecptence". Contract is not is not complete still is not accepted by the other party

milesmaxx (Employee)     17 August 2013

A contract is an agreement having a lawful object entered into voluntarily by two or more parties, each of whom intends to create one or more legal obligations between them.

At common law, the elements of a contract are offer, acceptance, intention to create legal relations, and consideration.



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NRI Legal Consulting (Consultant)     29 August 2013

Until Both Parties not agree with all conditions, a contract can be completed. There is no need to read case law.

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