Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-I: Important Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams | Part - I of X
Legal Bites brings to you Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-I.
Legal Bites brings to you Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-I. The questions enlisted here are arranged section-wise and will aid the students in preparing for Judiciary, APO or University Exams. The list of questions curated by Legal Bites will help candidates identify the important and frequently asked questions and give them good practice for their aptitude and knowledge.
Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-I
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Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-I of X
A writes to B, offering to sell him his house at a certain price. B, at the same time and on the same day, writes a letter offering to buy the same house at the same price. The two letters cross each other. Is there a contract between A and B? [Punjab JS 2006]
‘A’ firm dealing with readymade garments advertised about clearance sale of their stock. ‘Z’ a customer visits shop, picks up a trouser from the lot with a price tag of Rs. 500, takes it to Salesman and asks him to pack it and prepare Bill. Salesman discovers that trousers in question should have been in a lot of articles with a price tag of Rs. 700 and refuses to sell trouser telling that it was wrongly put in a lot of articles with a price tag of Rs. 500. Can ‘Z’ customer compel ‘A’ firm to sell the trouser at Rs. 500? Discuss. Whether a contract had been concluded? [Punjab JS 2007]
Define ‘Consideration’ according to the Indian Contract Act, and bring out the difference if any, between the concept of consideration’ under Indian Law and the concept of consideration in English Law. Examine also, the proposition: ‘Past consideration is no consideration at all’ with particular reference to India Law. [BJS 1978]
M/s Jainsons, a firm dealing in readymade garments advertises in newspapers about the Clearance Sale of their stocks. C, a customer visits the shop, picks up a shirt lying in the lot with a price tag of Rs. 400/- takes to a salesman, asks him to pack the shirt, and prepare the bill. Salesman discovers that the shirt in question should have been in a lot of articles with a price tag of Rs. 500/- and refuses to sell the shirt to C and tell him it was wrongly put in the lot of articles with a price tag of Rs. 400/-. Can C compel the firm Jainsons to sell the particular shirt to ‘C’ at Rs. 400/-? Discuss whether the contract had been concluded. [DJS 1996]
A and B are friends. B treats A during A’s illness. B does not accept payment from A for treatment and A promises B’s son X, to pay him Rs. 1,000. A, being in poor circumstances, is unable to pay. X sues A for the money. Can X recover? [HJS 1986]
“Acceptance is to an offer what a lighted matchstick is to a train of gun powder”. Explain with reference to its conditions and incidents as dealt with in English and Indian laws. [HJS 1998, BJS 2018, Punjab JS 1995 (1)]
‘A’ sends a price list of goods to ‘B’ on the latter’s request. B places an order on dealer A for goods specified in the price list on prices quoted in said list. A did not execute orders for supply. What is B’s remedy, if any? [DJS 1980]