1) A and B make a contract grounded on the erroneous belief that a particular debt is barred by the Indian law of Limitation. The contract is :

A) Void

B) Voidable at option of A

C) Voidable at option of B

D) Not Voidable


Answer : D


2) A agrees to buy from a certain horse. It turns out that the horse was dead at the time of bargain. Though neither party way aware of the fact. The agreement is

A) Void

B) Voidable

C) Valid

D) None of these



Answer : A


3) A being entitled to an estate for the life of B agrees to sell it to C, C was dead at the time of agreement, but both parties were ignorant of the fact. The agreement is

A) Void

B) Voidable

C) Valid

D) None of these



Answer : A



4) A, who is B's Mukhtar, promise to exercise his influence, as such, with B in favour of C and promises to pay 1000 rupees to A. The agreement is

A) Void

B) Voidable

C) Valid

D) None of these



Answer : A


5) A agrees to sell his house to B for 10,000 rupees. Here B's promise to pay the sum of the 10,000 rupees is the consideration for A's promise to sell the house and A's promise to sell the house if the consideration of B's promise to pay the rupees 10,000. The consideration are

A) Unlawful

B) Lawful

C) Irregular

D) None of the above



Answer : B
 

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