The illustrations (a)A accept b.A to discover treasures by magic. The agreement is not done. b) A and B to get married. Before the time for the wedding, A goes crazy. The contract goes out. c) A contract to marry B, be already married to C and be prohibited by the law to which he is subject to polygamy. A must be compensated B for the loss it suffered as a result of non-compliance with its promise. (d) A contract to receive cargo for B in a foreign port. The government then declares war against the country in which the port is located. The treaty will be annulled if war is declared. (e) A contract to negotiate in a theatre for six months for a sum paid in advance by B.
Many times, A is too ill to act. The treaty to act on these occasions is extinguished. 19. Nullity of agreements without full consent. – g) A Leases of his ship for one year from 1 January at a fixed price to B. Freight goes up, and on January 1, the ship`s rent is higher than the contract price. Has broken his promise. He must pay B as compensation for a stun matching the difference between the contract price and the price for which B could lease a similar vessel for one year and from 1 January. (h) B supply contracts with a certain amount of iron at a fixed price higher than the price for which A could procure and deliver the iron. B unjustly refuses to receive the iron.
B A must pay as compensation the difference between the market price of the iron market and the amount for which A could have been received and delivered. i) One provides B with a common support, a machine that must be transported immediately to the A mill, and informs B that his mill is stopped due to lack of machine. B unreasonably delayed the delivery of the machine, and A subsequently lost a profitable contract with the government. A has the right to obtain from B, as compensation, the average amount of profit that would have been obtained by the mill`s work during the period during which the delivery was delayed, but not the damage suffered by the fault of the government contract. Figures (a) A promise, regardless of 1,000 Rs. This is a non-concluding agreement. b) A, for natural love and affection, promises to give to his son, B, Rs. 1,000.
A puts his promise to B in writing and records it. It`s a contract. c) One finds B`s wallet and gives it to him. B promises to give 50. It`s a contract. d) A supports B.B`s grandson promises to bear the costs of A. It`s a contract. e) A must 1,000 B Rs, but the debt is excluded by the statute of limitations. Sign a written promise to pay 500 B Rs.
because of the debt. It`s a contract. f) A agrees to sell a horse worth 1,000 Ds for the Rs. 10. A has freely accepted the agreement. The agreement is a contract despite the inadequacy of the counterparty. g) A agrees to sell a horse worth 1,000 ru. Rs. 10.
A disputes that his consent to the agreement was disclosed. The inadequacy of the consideration is a fact that the Court should consider when considering whether A`s consent was issued or not. n) A contract to pay a sum of money in B on a given day. A does not pay the money that day. B, as a result of the fact that he did not receive the money that day, is not able to pay his debts, and is completely ruined. A is not obliged to pay anything B, except the principal amount he pays, with interest until the day of payment. b) A contract with B that if A practices as a surgeon in Calcutta, he will pay 5,000 B. One practice as a surgeon in Calcutta. B is entitled to such compensation; 5,000 Rs. do not exceed, as the court finds appropriate. Each of these two or more may compel any other common professional to contribute equally to the fulfillment of the promise with himself, unless a contrary intention arises from the treaty.