Contract Law

A contract is nothing but an agreement between 2 or more parties who agree upon to perform or not to perform to particular task. It is preferred to have a written contract rather than an oral one because in written contract you are safeguarded against any possible breach of contract.


In legal terms an agreement enforceable by law is a contract. According to UScontract law, non-performance of the duty undertook by a party in a contract amounts to breach of contract, for which he can be made liable.

For the formation of a contract the process of proposal or offer by one party and the acceptance thereof by the other is necessary. In order to convert a proposal into a promise, the acceptance must be : –

  • Absolute and unqualified – Any departure from the terms of the offer or any qualification vitiates the acceptance unless it is agreed to by the person from whom the offer comes. An acceptance with a variation is no acceptance; it is simply a counter proposal.
  • Expressed in some usual and reasonable manner. – If the proposer prescribes any particular manner of acceptance it has to be in that manner and where no manner is prescribed it should be in a usual and reasonable manner.

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