Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-II: Important Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams | Part - II of X
Legal Bites brings to you Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-II.
Legal Bites brings to you Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-II. 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-II
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Law of Contract Mains Questions Series Part-II of X
Distinguish an “offer” from an “invitation to offer.” A published an advertisement for selling his house at a price of Rs. 15 lakhs. A declined to sell his house to B who was ready to pay Rs. 15 lakhs as the price of the house of A. A sold his house to C who agreed to pay the price of Rs. 20 lakhs. Whether B can sue A for the purchase of the house? [DJS 2005]
Define Contract. [MPJS 1996]
Define Consideration. [MPJS 1996]
Define a Voidable contract. [MPJS 2018, Gujarat JS 2020]
In a contract A, B and C jointly promise to pay D a sum of rupees 6,000. C is compelled to pay the whole. A has been declared as insolvent, but the value of his assets is sufficient to pay half of his part of the debt. What will be the extent of C’s right against A and B? Discuss. [BJS 2017]
Briefly discuss the rules of acceptance of proposals. ‘A’ offers to purchase B’s car for Rs. 7,000/- and adds that if the offer is not rejected, it will become a binding contract. ‘B’ keeps silence. Is ‘B’ bound to sell? [JJS 2017]
A duly posts a letter of acceptance to B. But the letter is lost in transit by the negligence of the post office. What effect, if any, does this have on the formation of the contract? [Punjab JS 1995(11)]
On April 10, 1990 ‘A’ offered to ‘B’ to sell his car for sixty thousand rupees. ‘B’ was asked to signify his acceptance by April 18, 1990. On April 12, 1990 ‘A’ sold his car to ‘C’ for seventy thousand rupees. This he did without revoking his offer to ‘B’. However, ‘B’ came to know of this fact through other sources on April 14, 1990. Still, he signified his acceptance of the offer on April 16, 1990. Has this resulted in a binding agreement between ‘A’ and ‘B’? [Punjab JS 2012]
A finds B’s purse and gives it to him. B promises to give A Rs. 500. Can ‘A’ institute the suit to acquire B money from? [HJS 1984]
A makes an offer to B for the sale of radio to B for Rs. 200 only. The next day he sells the radio to C and this fact comes to the knowledge of B from his friends. Can B still accept the offer of A? [HJS 1988]