The law strictly prohibits such agreements, which is why, in the eyes of the law, the conclusion of an illegal agreement is classified as a criminal offence. As a result, the parties are sanctioned by the Indian penal code. Some examples of an illegal agreement are like an agreement whose terms are not safe, or an agreement to kill someone, etc. There are certain types of contracts that are explicitly cancelled by the Indian Contracts Act of 1872. Here are some of the agreements that are not applicable in the eyes of the law: from the above article, we can conclude that a non-binding agreement is not legally applicable, while an illegal agreement, whose formation is prohibited by law. A no-fault agreement becomes invalid if an agreement renounces its applicability by law, but an illegal agreement becomes invalid at the beginning of the agreement. An inconclusive agreement is not prohibited, its scope is broader, but an illegal agreement is prohibited and its scope is narrow. In the non-compliance agreement, the parties involved cannot be held responsible for the punishment, the money can be obtained, the object is not illegal, while in illegal agreements, the parties are responsible for the sanction, the money cannot be claimed, the object is illegal. The collateral agreement related to the nullity agreement may be valid or null, but the guarantee agreements related to an illegal agreement have been null and void since the beginning of the agreement, so they are not enforceable. Illicit agreements include a contract with uncertain conditions, an agreement to rape someone or to perform another illegal act.
In an illegal agreement, all related agreements are invalid and the money received cannot be claimed or recovered. The concept of empty contracts: there are certain agreements that can be implemented by one party, but not on the option of other parties. It is up to that party to decide whether it agrees to apply the treaty or to render it unenforceable, i.e. to cancel it. Cancellation agreements are therefore both valid and void. The points-to-points circle of non-negotiable agreements indicates that they can be classified as nullity or valid depending on the parties to the assessment and therefore cover the scope of valid and invalid agreements. The Indian Contract Act of 1872 can be interpreted as covering all possible agreements and contracts. However, in many cases, whether or not an agreement is a contract depends on the facts and circumstances. In short, all legally enforceable agreements become contracts. As a result, there may be agreements that are not contractual, but there cannot be contracts that are not agreements. Related agreements are not always invalid and may be valid in certain situations.
Certain types of agreements are considered invalid from the outset under the Indian Contract Act, including: Error: If both parties have an error of fact, the agreement becomes invalid. But if one or both parties have an error of law, the agreement is voided. For example, A and B have entered into an agreement to sell a particular drug. They did not know that such a drug was illegal in India. Your consent is non-consent. These agreements are not concluded, which are based on one of the above themes.