Valid Agreement Without Consideration
Under Section 25 of the Indian Contract Act, there are no exceptions similar to the common law, but some exceptions are established. An agreement without consideration would be null and void, unless, under the Indian Contracts Act of 1872, as defined in section 2 d, reflection can be made by “commitment or any other person” provided it is “at the request of the promisor.” Thus, if the promiseor has no objection, the consideration of a promise or another person may differ from that of another person. In Venkata Chinnaya v. Venkataramaya Garu, an old lady gave the accused, her daughter, and in any case landed property as a gift. The conditions are that a mandatory pension of R. 653 must be paid annually to the complainant, the sister of the old lady. The defendant was executed in the plaintiffs n.B. and iqrarnama and agreed to implement this provision. The applicant appealed because the defendant had not paid the pension. Here was the consideration of the accused promise to pay the pension was the gift made by the old lady and the consideration was made by the plaintiff on the condition. If the benefits are provided voluntarily, without the project`s wishes or by any means other than at the request, the promisor agrees to pay the person who provided its services.
In such cases, the commitment does not need consideration to support them, and the case falls under section 25 of the act; Sindha Shri Ganpatsingji v. Abraham aka Vazir Mahomed Akuji, (1895) 20 Bom 755. Beispiel: A unterrichtet das Kind von B auf Wunsch von B. After six months, B agrees to pay at the sum of 600 euros/- for his teaching. For B`s promises, A`s services are considered past considerations. Statement 1: Nothing in this section affects the validity of a gift actually made between the donor and the donor. Ordinary, past visionA promise after an unseeded, unseeded act of promise; it doesn`t count in return. are not sufficient to support a promise. So far, the courts believe that this is an act that could have been used as a consideration if it had been negotiated at the time, but it has not been the subject of a good deal.
For example, at dusk, Ms. Ace`s dog, Fluffy, flees her mistress` apartment. Robert finds Fluffy, sees Mrs. Ace, who is herself looking for her pet, and gives her fluffy. She said: “Oh, thank you for finding my dear dog.