All Contracts Are Agreement
A contract is a legitimate agreement. In other words, a legally enforceable agreement is a contract. An agreement is reached when an offer immediately likely to be accepted is obtained with a « mirror » acceptance (i.e. an unreserved acceptance).  The parties must have the necessary contractual capacity and the contract must not be insignificant, indeterminate, impossible or illegal. Contract law is based on the principle expressed in the Latin phrase pacta sunt servanda (usually translates into agreements to be respected, but literally « pacts must be respected »).  Offences are recognized by law and remedies may be available. All such agreements that meet the requirements set out in Section 10 of the Indian Contracts Act are contracts. Section 10 is like under fraud: if, in this case, Mr Peela knew the actual colour of the car, but was a liar to Mr. Peela. Lal; when he would have been guilty of fraud and such an agreement would have been questionable.
Written contracts may consist of a standard agreement or a letter confirming the agreement. At the time of entering into an agreement, if a person is of an unhealthy mind or is disqualified by law; the contract is deemed to be inconclusive. On the other hand, an agreement concluded with a minor is not concluded from the outset, that is, it is not possible to apply it from the outset. For example, when a 7-year-old boy buys an ice cream; although he lends an agreement with the ice cream seller, it is not a contract, since he is a minor; the part is not compatible. (low) If you intend to offer standard contracts, you should not include terms that are deemed unfair. This could include terms: error: If both parties are in a situation of factual error, the agreement becomes invalid. However, if one or both parties are accused of an error of law, the agreement becomes void. For example, A and B entered into an agreement for the sale of a particular drug. They did not know that such a drug was illegal in India.
Your consent is not valid. An agreement between spouses concluded during their marriage to determine the right to maintenance and the property of the other in the event of death or divorce.. . . .