According to Section 2e, any promise and any combination of promises that constitute the consideration are an agreement. It is clear from the definition that the promise is an agreement. Section 2 defines the promise as if a person votes on it with the proposal, this means that the proposal is accepted. A proposal, if adopted, becomes a promise. We can say that an agreement is an accepted proposal. The definition process shows that a treaty is an agreement, an agreement is a promise and a promise is an accepted proposal. Therefore, an agreement is concluded only when one party makes a proposal or offer to the other and the other agrees. In short, any agreement is the result of a proposal by one party and its acceptance by the other. According to Section 2(e): “Any promise and any series of promises that constitute the counterpart between them are an agreement. It is therefore clear from this definition that a “promise” is an agreement.
What is a “promise”? The answer to this question is contained in section 2 (b) which defines the term. If the person to whom the proposal is submitted declares his agreement, the proposal is qualified as accepted. A proposal, if adopted, becomes a promise. An agreement is therefore concluded only when one party makes a proposal or offer to the other party and that other party gives its agreement (i. AGREEMENT: – Agreement 2 (e) Promises or a series of promises that make the counterpart between them is an agreement. The agreement that meets these conditions is a contract, if it is not respected, is not a contract. A contract is a legitimate agreement. In other words, a legally enforceable agreement is a contract. APPLICATION OF THE LAW: – The Indian Contract Act 2 (h) states that the contract is a non-enforcement clause. If an agreement is enforceable by law, it is a contract, if not a simple agreement. AGREEMENT EXPRESSLY CANCELLED There are some agreements that are expressly cancelled. They are: (1) Consent of a minor or a person with an unhealthy mind.[Sec.(11)] (2) Agreement the consideration or object of which is unlawful [§23)] para. (3) Agreement concluded as a result of a bilateral factual error in the agreement[§20)] (4) Agreement the consideration or object of which is partially unlawful and the illegal part cannot be dissociated from the legal part [§24)] (5) Agreement concluded. Without consideration. [Sec.(25)] (6) Agreement to Restrict Marriage [§ 26)] (7) Agreement to Restrict Trade [§27)] (8) Agreement Limiting Judicial Proceedings [§28)] (9) Agreements, [Article 29]] (10) Agreements by Way of Betting [§30]] (11) Agreements that depend on impossible events [§36]] (12) Agreements on impossible acts [§56]] There are certain types of contracts, which are expressly declared by the Indian Contract Act, 1872 are null and not aerous. Here are some of the agreements that are not applicable in the eyes of the law: for the validity of the contract, Article 10 assumes the following elements to satisfy- There is agreement when an immediately acceptable offer is satisfied with a “mirror” acceptance (i.e. full and complete acceptance).  The parties must have the necessary contractual capacity and the contract must not be insignificant, indeterminate, impossible or illegal. . . .