Contract Law (AILET Legal-Aptitude): Questions 9 - 10 of 18
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Question number: 9
» Contract Law
Appeared in Year: 2014
LEGAL PRINCIPLES: A contract is an agreement enforceable by law.
FACTUAL SITUATION: Arnita invited Bina to her house for dinner. Bina accepted the invitation but later did not go. On Bina’s failure to attend, Arnita filed a suit against Bina for the price of non-consumed food. Will the law enforce this agreement?
Yes, Arnita can recover amount for non-consumed food.
No, as Bina did not accept the invitation in writing.
No, it is a social agreement.
No, because the law does not take account of trivial things.
Question number: 10
» Contract Law
Appeared in Year: 2013
1) Parties to contract should be capable of entering in to contract, only then they can lay the foundation of a valid contract.
2) Every person is competent to contract who is of the age of majority.
FACTUAL SITUATION: A minor agreed with B to become a tenant of his house and to pay Rs. 1, 000/- for the furniture therein. He paid Rs. 800/- in cash and gave a promissory note for the balance. A occupied the premises and used the furniture for some months and then brought an action for refund of consideration, in this case
A is liable to pay Rs. 1, 000
A is liable to pay remaining Rs. 200
Neither B is liable to refund Rs. 800 nor A is under obligation to pay Rs. 200
A is liable to refund of Rs. 800