28. “Consensus – ad – idem” means ……. (a) General consensus (b) Gathering opinions on the same thing along the same lines (c) Conclusion of an agreement (d) Performance of a contract 3. The contract is defined as a legally enforceable agreement, empty section. of the Indian Contract Act. 31. All illegal agreements are …….. (a) Invalid- ab- initio (b) Valid (c) Quota (d) Enforceable 4. In purely national agreements, is the intention of the parties to establish a legal relationship, in what type of agreement is the intention to create legal relations presumed? 6. Which of the following legal statements is wrong? (a) An agreement enforceable by law is a contract [§2] 18.
In trade and trade agreements, the intention of the parties to establish a legal relationship (a) exists (b) explicitly expressed in writing (c) irrelevant or all (d) not applicable. 19. The offer resulting from the conduct of the parties or the circumstances of the case is considered to be …….. (a) Implied offer (b) Express offer (c) General offer (d) Specific offer 37. An agreement legally applicable to the choice of a party (a) Valid Contract (b) Invalid Contract (c) Questionable Contract (d) Illegal Contract 11. Any agreement and promise applicable by law is ………… (a) Offer business agreements sometimes use “honor clauses”. What does an honor clause in an agreement mean? 32. A promise to give money or money in the event of a finding or finding of an uncertain event is called ………… (a) Agreement on turnover (b) Unlawful agreement (c) Unlawful agreement (d) Countervailable agreement 1.An agreement consists of mutual commitments between at least when an agreement is concluded in a social or domestic context, what is the general rule with regard to the intention to create legal relations? 30. If an agreement suffers from uncertainties. It`s……..
(a) Countervailable (b) Invalid (c) Unenforceable (d) Illegal. Which of the following statements is false? Answer the following questions, then click “Submit” to get your score. 20. An offer is revoked (a) By the death or madness of the applicant (b) By time (c) By notification of the withdrawal information (d) All such misrepresentations in a contract make the contract: 21. A telephone acceptance (a) should be heard by the supplier (b) Audible for the supplier (c) Understood by the supplier (d) All the points mentioned above. Sally concludes with her employer that at the end of the year she will have a salary of £35,000 a year plus a cash payment of £20,000 that will not be declared, which will avoid taxes. Sally`s employer refused to pay her the £20,000. Can Sally take legal action to secure payment of £20,000? 33. A potential contract is a contract intended to do something or not to do so where an event, a guarantee for such a contract (a) (b) does not occur [c) Neither (a) nor (b) d) either (a) or (b) In what case has the Court held that the performance of existing contractual obligations can sometimes constitute consideration if the promiser obtains an advantage? 8. .