(h) A promises B to drop a charge he brought against B for robbery, and B promises to restore the value of the things taken. The agreement is void because its purpose is illegal. (b) A promises to pay 10,000 rupees after six months if C, who owes this sum to B, does not pay it, B promises to grant a delay C accordingly. Here, the promises of each party are in exchange for the promises of the other party, and these are legitimate considerations. An object prohibited by law and/or consideration will not be considered lawful and will result in the nullity of a contract. Unlawful consideration of the object means punishable unlawful acts. Acts not authorised by the competent authority under its rules and regulations shall also be taken into account for the purpose of establishing legality. However, if these rules and regulations do not comply with the law, they are not applicable. Legal, legal, legitimate, legal means to be in compliance with the law. Legality may apply to compliance with laws of any kind (e.g. B natural, divine, general or canonical).

The legal sovereign right applies to what is sanctioned by law or in accordance with the law, especially when written or administered by the courts. If the object and/or consideration of the contract is considered immoral, the contract will not be considered null and void. Immoral actions violate general reasonable and acceptable behavior or personal behavior accepted by society. Anything of value that one party promises to the other when entering into a contract can be treated as ”consideration”: for example, if A signs a contract to buy a car from B for $5,000, A`s consideration is $5,000 and B`s consideration is the car. A signs a contract with B in which he agrees to pay a sum of money to B if he destroys a landmark in the city. This contract has no legal consideration and no lawful purpose and is not considered legal. The nature of the object and consideration is such that it destroys the purpose of the law. The consideration or the object of an agreement is lawful, unless the consideration or legal object can never be fraudulent. Agreements containing illegal counterparty or fraudulent object are inherently void.

For example, suppose A decides to sell goods to B and smuggle them out of the country. (f) A promises to get a public sector job for B, and B promises to pay Rs 1,000 to A. The agreement is void because the quid pro quo is illegal for him. The object and consideration of the contract must not be fraudulent, as the contract will then become null and void. (d) A promises to entertain B`s child, and B promises to pay Rs 1,000 a year for this purpose. Here, the promise of each party is the counterpart of the promise of the other party. These are legitimate considerations. 23.

What consideration and subject matter is lawful and what consideration is unlawful and what subject matter is lawful. Section 23 of the Indian Contracts Act clearly states that consideration and/or the object of a contract are deemed to be legal consideration and/or object, unless this is the case. expressly prohibited by law. of such a nature that they would run counter to the purpose of the law. are fraudulent. In each of these cases, the consideration or the object of an agreement is considered illegal. Any agreement the object or consideration of which is unlawful is null and void. The definition of consideration in section 2(d) of the Indian Contracts Act, 1872 is more of a working definition. (c) A promises to make goods for a certain amount paid to it by B. in order to bring to B. the value of its ship, which is destroyed on a particular voyage. Here, A`s promises are the counterpart of B`s payment and B`s payment is the counterpart of A`s promise, and these are legitimate considerations. (e) A, B and C conclude an agreement on the sharing between them of the profits acquired or to be acquired by them by fraud.

The agreement is void because its purpose is illegal. Legal consideration is anything of value, material or intangible, that can be transferred in exchange for something else of value. Therefore, there must be a mutual balance between the parties to a contract. Conversely, if the contract is not considered on any side, it will not be enforced by law. If the object of the contract or consideration is prohibited by law, such consideration or objects are no longer lawful. They become illegal. And so such a contract can no longer be valid. Unlawful consideration of purpose includes acts that are specifically punishable by law.

a) A undertakes to sell his house to B for Rs 10,000. Here is B`s promise to pay the sum of 10,000 rupees, the counterpart of A`s promise to sell the house, and A`s promise to sell the house is in exchange for B`s promise to pay the 10,000 rupees. These are legitimate considerations. A lawful object in business law means that it must not violate public order. The purpose of public policy is not to restrict the rights of an individual, but to preserve and protect the general well-being of the community. Let`s look at what types of contracts are considered contrary to public policy: Section 23 of the Indian Contracts Act states that for a contract to be valid, the legality of the object and consideration must exist. The object is the purpose for which the parties conclude a contract. The realization of the object entails the transfer of the agreed consideration from one party to another. The definition of consideration is careful reflection or compassionate attention or respect for someone or something. An example of consideration is someone who chooses between two options for dinner.

An example of consideration is someone who brings dinner to a friend who has just had a baby. Section 23 of the Indian Contracts Act clearly states that consideration and/or the object of a contract are deemed to be lawful consideration and/or object, unless they are contrary to public policy. A lawful consideration and/or a lawful object cannot therefore contain any of the above elements. Object or action authorized, authorized and not prohibited by law. The concept of lawful object also implies an ethical quality, since the object under consideration is not only legal, but also ethical and acceptable to society as a whole. The basic elements necessary for the agreement to be a legally enforceable contract are: mutual consent, expressed through a valid offer and acceptance; appropriate review; capacity; and legality. .