1) A, by Misrepresentation, leads B erroneously to believe that five hundred mauds of indigo are made annually at A's factory. B examines the accounts of the factory. Which show that only four hundred mauds of indigo have been made. After this B buys the factory, the contract is.


A) Voidable on account of A's misrepresentation

B) Not Voidable on account of A's misrepresentation

C) Valid

D) Void



Answer : B



2) A is entitled to succeed to an estate at the death of B. B dies C having received intelligence of B's death, prevents the intelligence reaching A and thus induces A to sell him his interest in the estate, the sale is.


A) Voidable at the option of A


B) Voidable at the option of B


C) Not Voidable


D) None of the above




Answer : A


3) A and B being traders, enter upon a contract. A has private information of a change in prices 
which would affect B's willingness to proceed with the contract. A is .



A) Bound to inform B


B) Not Bound to inform B


C) Both A and B


D) None of the above





Answer : B



4) A intending to deceive B, falsely represents that five hundred mauds of indigo are made annual at A's factory and thereby inducess B to buy the factory. The contract is.

A) Legal


B) Voidable at option of B


C) Void



D) Voidable at option of A




Answer : B




5) A agrees to sell a specific cargo of goods supposed to be on its way from England to Bombay it turns out that before the day of the bargain the ship conveying the cargo had been cast away and the goods lost neither party has aware of these facts, the agreement is.


A) Void


B) Voidable


C) Legal



D) None of the above



Answer : A

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