1) Which one of the following contracts is void ? 
 
A) A and B contract to marry each other. Before the time fixed for marriage, A goes  mad.


B) A and B contract to marry each other at  an early date. A insists on marriage immediately after expiry of one month from the date of the contract.


C) A and B contract to marry each other,  but A can fix the date of marriage only after his return from England where the he goes for business .


D) A and B contract to marry each other before the time fixed for marriage, A falls ill and his physician advices  A to take rest in bed for one month.



Answer : A



2) Consider the following statement about the doctrine of frustration :


1. Act has become Impossible to be performed.

2. Act cannot be performed because of application of some law recently elected.

3. Act cannot be performed because of an non-availability for raw material.

4.Act cannot be performed by defendant due to his accident.


Which of the statements given above are correct ?


A) 1 , 2 and 3


B)1 , 2 and 4


C) 2, 3 and 4


D) 1 , 3 and 4



Answer : B



3) A, B and C jointly promise to pay rupees 300 to Z. Z files  a suit to recover the amount. which one of the following is correct ?



A)  Z can sue each individually for their respective shares.


B) Z can sue A for the recovery of rupees 100 only.


C)  Since A  B and C are joint promisors ,Z can recover the amount from any one of them.


D) Z must make all the three parties based on.



Answer : C




4) In India the doctrine of impossibility of performance rendering contracts void is based on:



A) The Theory of implied term.


B) The theory of just and reasonable solution.


C) Supervening impossibility or illegality as laid down in Section 56 of the Indian Contract Act.


D) Principle unjusr  enrichment.



Answer : C



5) If the performance of contract become impossible, because of supervening event, the promissor executed from the performance. This is known as :


A) Doctrine of estoppel


B) doctor frustration


C) Doctrine of eclipse


D) Doctrine of Caveat emptor.



Answer : B

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