«An agreement reached without consideration is null and void, unless: (1) it is concluded in writing and in accordance with the legislative law for the registration of 1 [documents] in writing and because of the natural love and affection between the parties who have intimate relations with each other; Or unless it is. But these two judgments are extremely contradictory – if natural love and affection are not accurate in the first case, there is no logical reason for it to apply in the second case. The term «love and natural affection» is a very subjective term that cannot be defined. It can be used easily. You will thus understand that reflection is a cornerstone of contracts and allows to be legally applicable and love is the smallest exception to the broadest general rule. In the case of Rajlukhy Dabee v. Bhootnath Mookerjee, the accused promised to pay his wife a certain amount of child support each month. The promise was made in writing and the quarrels between the man and the woman were also mentioned. Proceedings have been filed to recover the promised amount as support. However, the judge ruled in favour of the accused because, although the two parties had a close relationship, the court found that there was no love and natural affection between them.
i) If Dinesh promises his car in the value of Rs. 12 Bhargav`s lack and Bhargav will give nothing in return, then this agreement will be considered inconclusive. ii) Manish is Rama`s mother and she wants to give to her daughter Rama Rs.4000 out of love and affection for her. You also register this agreement, and then it will be a valid contract. iii) Pranav makes an agreement with Q to sell his house worth 2 crore rupees for 20,000 because Raghav was his brother, so it will be a valid contract, because Pranav gave his free consent to sell his house at that price. iv) Hari must Farhan 5000 rus. but the debt is excluded by the statute of limitations. Hari signs a written document or a change of sola to pay 3000 requests to Farhan. it will be a valid contract. v) Ravi and Manav are neighbours. Ravi had a horse and gave it to Manav.
He said he`d take a hectare of all expenses. This is considered a valid contract. vi) Arnab takes delivery of Keshavs laptop and Keshav promises to pay Arnab Rs. 100 for his help. This is a valid contract. vii) Mina finds Riya`s phone and she gives it to her, Riya promises to give her 500 records for her help. This is considered a treaty. (viii) Madhav is obliged to sell his Rs.
50,000 computer to Kamal for 30,000 DS. This is not a valid contract because his consent was not granted freely. To explain in detail the promises of love and affection, we can see that this is an exception according to the S.25 of the Indian Contracts Act, 1872. Ideally, an agreement without consideration is considered invalid. However, on an exceptional basis, the agreement may be considered valid if it meets the criteria for an exception that must be made out of love and affection. These agreements must be expressed in writing and registered in accordance with the legislation in force at the time of the registration of the written document. It must therefore be shown that treaties must be made out of natural love and affection and that the parties must be close to each other. While we understand that the terms close to love and affection are not defined by law, we can only understand that there must be love between the two parties to some extent for their case to fall under this exception. But wait a minute. Your Jurassic friend once told you that to get a contract, you will have to give something back…
does this mean that you really have to pay your mom`s market price? What happens if Mom (God preserves it) before the contract is formalized and signed – Does that mean that Mom Yo`s declaration of love can no longer have the house free, and you have to wait for her to wake up? Nevertheless, if natural love and affection cannot and should not be defined, it would also be disastrous to eliminate «natural love and affection» and keep the term «close relationship» simple without defining it.