rangnath.kulkarni (nil) 02 February 2022
Isaac Gabriel (Advocate) 02 February 2022
Megha 02 February 2022
As per Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act,1872, a contract is an agreement enforceable by law. The essential requirements of a contract are a valid offer and acceptance, lawful consideration and object, free consent.
If a contract is made duly fulfilling these conditions, it can be enforceable by law and if a person fails to fulfill his part of the promise he can be sued for breach.
Since the seller duly accepted your offer and the same was communicated to you, non-performance on his part results in a breach and he can be sued for same.
PALLABH HALDAR 03 February 2022
But still I need to get a copy Regarding Letter of Offer and also Letter of Acceptance
Advocate Pallabh Haldar