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CSEET Mock Test with Answers – Contract Act MCQs 3

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When two persons make identical offers to each other, in ignorance of each other’s offer, it is called
When there is a Cross offer, the original offer terminates.
An offer is revoked –
A Change in law of Circumstance rendering the original offer unlawful or impossible, will lead to termination of the offer.
Acceptance can precede an offer
Acceptance in ignorance of the offer is-
Acceptance should be given within –
An acceptance on telephone should be
Section – of the Indian Contract Act defines “ Consideration”.
Consideration must move at the desire of –
Consideration in a contract:
Past Consideration is valid in –
Agreement without consideration is valid, when made
A debt barred by limitation cannot be recovered. Hence, a promise to pay such a debt is without any consideration and hence invalid.
Inadequacy of consideration does not render a contract invalid.
If only a part of the consideration or object is unlawful, the Contract is –
The expression “Privity of contract” means-
Under the Indian Contract Act, a third person –
In India, a person who is stranger to the Consideration.
The Beneficiary of a Trust or other interest in specific immovable property, can enforce it even if he is not a party named in the Trust Deed.
Capacity to contract has been defined in –

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