Agreement Without Consideration

English law allows enforceable sealed contracts without consideration. A contract under the seal refers to a written contract “signed, sealed and delivered.” In the words of Anson of English law recognizes only two types of contract, the treaty by The Act is, except seal that is called an act or specialty, and mere conflict. section 185 expressly states that there is no need to consider the creation of an agency contract. Therefore, when a person is appointed as an agent, his appointment agreement is valid without consideration. An agent receives the commission as compensation, but no consideration is required at the time of the appointment agreement. The accused promised to pay his wife a fixed amount of money each month for her separate stay and support. The agreement was a recorded document that mentioned some disputes and disagreements between the two parties. The Calcutta Supreme Court refused to consider the agreement as an agreement under this exception. The court found no evidence of affection between the parties whose disputes had forced them to separate. With this exception, it is necessary that the agreement be concluded with love and affection. In accordance with the Indian Contract Act of 1872, the definition of consideration in section 2 d), reflection may be made by “the promisor or any other person” as long as it is done “at the request of the promisor.” Thus, if the promiseor has no objection, the consideration of a promise or another person may differ from that of another person. In Venkata Chinnaya v. Venkataramaya Garu,[8] an old lady gave the accused, her daughter, and in any case landed property as a gift.

The conditions are that a mandatory pension of R. 653 must be paid annually to the complainant, the sister of the old lady. The defendant was executed in the plaintiffs n.B. and iqrarnama and agreed to implement this provision. The applicant appealed because the defendant had not paid the pension. Here was the consideration of the accused promise to pay the pension was the gift made by the old lady and the consideration was made by the plaintiff on the condition. The gift, offered by a donor and the recipient, will be valid without consideration. Therefore, no consideration is required in the gift agreements. In Vasant Rajaram Narvekar v Ankusha Rajaram Narvekar[7] Mother`s gift to her underage son with the right to property until his life. The son kept it with his father and did not refuse to reach the majority.

Thus accepted and irrevocable. Example: A teaches the child of B at the request of B. After six months, B agrees to pay at the sum of 600 euros/- for his teaching. For B`s promises, A`s services are considered past considerations.

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