Why All Agreements Are Not Enforceable By Law

An agreement between spouses concluded during their marriage to determine the right to maintenance and property of the other in the event of death or divorce. Such agreements are unenforceable unless each party makes full disclosure of its assets to the other party and has consulted with its own lawyers. Even then, most of these agreements are unenforceable unless they are entered into by spouses who are in the midst of separation or divorce. Traditionally: “An agreement that is not legally enforceable is considered null and void.” [Section 2 (g)] The concept of questionable contracts: Some agreements are enforceable by one party, but not by other parties to the extent possible. It is at the discretion of that party if it is willing to perform the contract or to render it unenforceable, i.e. void. Questionable agreements are therefore both valid and void agreements. The dotted circle of questionable agreements means that they can be designated as void or valid at the discretion of either party, and therefore covers the scope of valid and void agreements. As an economic means, the treaty is based on the concept of consensual exchange and has been discussed at length in broader economic, sociological, and anthropological terms (see “Contract Theory,” below). In American English, the term goes beyond the legal meaning and encompasses a broader category of agreements.

[7] Should such agreements be reduced to written form and recorded? EXPRESSLY DECLARED NULLITY AGREEMENT THERE ARE CERTAIN AGREEMENTS THAT ARE EXPRESSLY DECLARED NULL AND VOID. 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)] (3) Agreement concluded on the basis of a bilateral error of fact in the agreement [§ 20)] (4) Agreement the consideration or object of which is partially unlawful and the unlawful part cannot be separated from the legal part [§ 24)] (5) Agreement concluded. without consideration. [sec.25)] (6) Agreement restricting marriage [§ 26)] (7) Agreement restricting trade [§ 27)] (8) Agreements restricting legal proceedings [§ 28]] (9) Agreements of uncertain importance [§ 29]] (10) Agreements by way of bet [§ 30]] (11) Agreements dependent on impossible events [§ 36]] (12) Agreements on impossible acts [§ 56]] “All contracts are agreements, but not all agreements are contracts” A contract is a lawful agreement. .

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