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Law of Contract - I - May/June 2010 Backlog (Old)

Question Type Question  
Short Invitation to offer
Short Voidable contract
Short Standard form of contract
Short Coercion
Short Wagering agreements
Short Accord and satisfaction
Short Duty to mitigate
Short Mandatory injunctions.
Long Define Contract and explain its essential conditions.
Long What are the effects of Minor`s agreement?
Long "An agreement in restraint of trade is void", discuss the statement with exceptions.
Long Explain the conditions under which contracts are specifically enforceable.
Problem "D" bought tyres from Dunlop Co. and sold them to "S" a sub-dealer, who agreed with "D" not to sell below Dunlop`s list price and to pay to Dunlop Co. Rs. 75 as damages on every tyre he undersold. "S" sold two tyres at less than the list price and thereon Dunlop Co. sued him for breach. Will Dunlop Co. Succeed?
Problem A tells his wife that he would commit suicide, if she did not transfer her personal assets to him. She does so under this threat. Can the wife avoid the contract? Discuss.
Problem "A" servant is employed for one year on a monthly salary of Rs. 800, the whole salary to be paid at the end of the year. The servant wrongfully leaves the service after six months. Is he entitled to any salary? Decide with reasons.
Problem "A" supplied rice and wheat to the wife and children of "B" who is a lunatic. "B" has assets worth one lath of rupees. On non-payment, can "A" proceed against the assets of B? Decide with reasons.
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