c) a marriage contract with B, already married to C and prohibited by law, to which he is subject to polygamies. A must be compensated B for the loss. Thus, in a case where a person has promised to pay his brother`s debts, although it is not based on valuable counterparties, but it is a good reflection because of love, affection, if, made by the recorded document. If a girl takes care of her father, takes care of him and, in return, if he gives him something, she will fall under that section. Exception 1: This section cannot make illegal a contract whereby two or more persons agree that disputes that may arise between them concerning a property or class of property are referred to arbitration proceedings and that only the amount awarded in this arbitration procedure is eligible for what is called litigation. A contract is not concluded because of the impossibility in the following cases- After an in-depth analysis of the main sections relating to null agreements, it is easy to conclude that the cancelled agreements and exceptions to them are made only to protect the rights and interests of the general population. Restrictions are becoming more important because agreements and contracts are the most widely used legal instruments and directly or indirectly affect most of our social relations. An agreement that was cancelled from the start must be ab-initio. To be valid, the contract must contain all the elements listed in the Indian Contracts Act of 1872, Section 10.
The Ab-initio agreements have violated the Indian Contracts Act from the beginning and are not valid. Examples of an agreement that would never be valid are those that: A agrees to sell to B the wood that is in its godown meerut for 2,000 Rs. He did not know that the wood had already been destroyed by fire. The contract is null and private under the provisions of S.20, i.e. errors regarding the existence of the purpose of the contract. (1) Impossibility at the time of contract, and this section focuses on the « frustration » of the contract. It provides that the disappearance of the object makes it impossible to execute the contracts.  In Krell`s case against Henry, the accused rented a room to the complainant for two days, for the king`s coronation passed by that path.
And in that sense, some of the rent was paid in advance. But the property was cancelled when the king fell ill.