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A proposal when accepted becomes:
Who among the following has no right to enforce a contract?
The leading case of Carlill vs. Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. is related to:
The doctrine of privity of contract means that:
Quid pro quo means ……………………………………………
An executory consideration is:
A notice in the newspapers inviting tenders is:
An agreement enforceable by law at the instance of one or more of the parties and not of other or others under Section 2(i) of the Indian Contract Act is called:
What is the terminology used to describe a situation when two parties make identical offers to each other in ignorance of each other’s offer?
Union of India vs. Maddala Thathaiah is an illustration, where the tender was in the form of:
A “consideration” is:
The Indian Contract Act was enacted in the year:
A calls up B and asks “Will you sell me your house? SMS me the lowest cash price.” B’s reply by SMS was “Lowest cash price for my house is rupees 1 crore.” A, immediately sent another SMS to B stating “I agree to buy your house for rupees 1 crore, as asked by you.” B did not respond and subsequently sold the house to C. B’s SMS to A was:
The juristic concept of contract consists of:
An agreement not enforceable by law is said to be:
Acceptance sent through post:
A’ proposes by letter, to sell a house to ‘B’ at a certain price. The communication of proposal is complete when:
Which of the following is a leading case on the point of communication of offer:
Communication of acceptance is complete as against the proposer:
Revocation of offer by letter or telegram can be complete:
An acceptance can be revoked:
An offer must be:
Where no application is made and no time is specified for performance of promise, there the agreement be performed within:
Which one of the following is essential for a valid contract under the Indian Contract Act, 1872?
X applied for the post of Principal of a local college and the governing body passed a resolution appointing him. After the meeting, one of the members of the governing body privately informed him of the resolution. Subsequently, the resolution was rescinded. X claims damages.
In this context, which one of the following propositions is correct?
Competency to contract relates to:
Mohoribibi vs. Dharmodas Ghose is a case relating to:
A contract with or by a minor is a:
Under the Indian Contract Act, a contract by an intoxicated person is
A patient in a lunatic asylum who is at intervals of sound mind:
Find out the correct statement.
Specific Relief can be granted:
Specific Relief Act, 1963, came into operation on:
Mere possession of title is:
Suit for dispossession of immovable property under Section 6 of the Specific Relief Act, 1963 should be brought:
Under the Specific Relief Act, a suit for recovery of possession can be filed
What is partnership at will?
A partnership firm is:
An agreement in restraint of trade in a partnership under Section 11 of the Indian Partnership Act is:
The Doctrine of Holding Out is mentioned in:
Under Section 25 of the Indian Partnership Act, 1932, the liability of the partners for the acts of the firm is:
In which of the following cases, a partner may cease to be a partner without the dissolution of the firm?
A dormant is that partner:
A partnership firm may be dissolved:
To start a partnership business, what should be the minimum number of partners?
Registration of a firm is:
Nemo dat quod non habet (no man can confer a better title than that which he himself has) is an established principle of:
The rights of unpaid seller have been listed in:
Section 57 of the Sale of Goods Act, 1930 deals with:
Baldry vs. Marshall is a leading case relating to:
The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 is based on: