The contracting parties are able to conclude a contract: to conclude a contract, it is very important that the consideration and the object of the contract are legal. The consideration or object is considered illegal if – The first thing we need to know, what is a contract. The definition of a contract is given as follows in section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872: in law, a contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties that, if it contains the elements of a valid legal agreement, is enforceable 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. An agreement which does not satisfy the essential elements of the Treaty is non-compliant. An invalid contract does not confer any rights on a person and does not create any obligation. A contract is a legitimate agreement. In other words, a legally enforceable agreement is a contract. 1- There should be an agreement between two parties. An agreement is reached when one party makes or submits a proposal and the other party accepts the offer.
2- The parties to the agreement should be able to conclude contracts. 3- There should be legal advice and a legitimate purpose with regard to the agreement. 4- There should be free agreement of the parties when they conclude an agreement. 5- The agreement cannot be null and void that has been cancelled. Coercion: If Mr. Batman gets a real estate purchase agreement signed by Mr. Superman under the threat of killing his mother, it is up to Mr. Superman to be able to enforce the agreement or not because his consent was obtained under duress.
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