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 Indian Contract Act

1.Proposal when accepted it becomes

a) Offer b) Agreement

c) Contract d) Promise

2.Promise/ offer/Proposal is defined under section

a)2(a) b)2(c)

c)2(h) d)2(b)

3. Rules governing offer are:-

 a)clean, definite, complete and final

 b)Offer must be communicated to the offeree

 c)Offer may be expressed or implied

 d)All of the above

4. Counter offer means

 a)Lapse of offer b)Offer of offer

 c)Promise d)None of the Above

5.Revocation of offer by offer is done

 a)Before Acceptance b)After Acceptance

 c)Before Lapse of time d)None of these

6.Acceptance means

 a)Offer+ Acceptance b)Offer+ Rejection

 c)Promise+ Consideration d)Assenting

7.Acceptance is defined under which section

 a)2(b) b)2(h)

 c)2(f) d)2(e)

8. Promise + Consideration becomes

 a)Agreement b)Contract

 c)Offer d)Acceptance

9.Contract in section2(h) says

 a)Agreement+ Enforceability b)Promise+ Consideration

 c)Offer+ Acceptance d) All of the above

10.An agreement enforceable by law

 a)Void Agreement b)Voidable Contract

 c)Void Contract d)Valid Agreement

11. Contract (valid) Includes

 a)Rights b)Obligations

 c) Coordination d)Both(a) and (b)

12.Every Contract is

 a)Valid b)Agreement

 c)Unenforceable d)All of the above

13.Valid contract is under

 a)Section 12 b)Section 15

 c)Section 10 d)Section 9

14.Something in same sense/Meeting of mind means

 a)Consensus-ad-idem b)Quid-pro-quo

 c)Both (a) and (b) d)Neither (a) Nor (b)

15.Essentials for valid Contract are

 a) Consideration

 b)Parties of contract are legally capable of contracting

 c)Agreement is capable of performing

 d)Genenuine consent of parties

 e)All of the above

16. An Agreement not enforceable by law

 a)Void-ab-initio b)Void agreement

 c)Both (a) and (b) d)None of these

17.A Contract ceases to be enforceable

 a)Voidable b)Void

 c)Valid d)Illegal

18.A Contract in which aggrieved party is enforceable is

 a)Voidable b)Valid

 c)Illegal d) Collateral

19.All Illegal agreement are

 a)Void b)Voidable

 c)Valid d)Void Contract

20.A Contract in which both the parties complete their obligations?

 a)Executory b)Executed

 c)Unilateral d) Bilateral

21. A contract in which the obligations of both the parties are pending

 a)Executory b)Executed

 c)Unilateral d)Bilateral

22.A contract in which one party has completed its obligation

 a)Unilateral b)Bilateral

 c)Multilateral d)Executed

23.Consideration means

 a)Something in return b)quid-pro-quo

 c)Only (a) d)Both (a)and(b)

24.Consideration Will must be at the desire of

 a)Promisor b)Promisee

 c)Any other person d)All of the above

25.Consideration may move from

 a)Promisor b)Promisee

 c)Any other person d)Both(b)and(c)

26.Rules Governing Consideration are

 a)Mutual Trust, Real, Vague, Clean

 b)Adequate and lawful

 c)Definite-Consideration must be something more than what Promisee is

bound to do

 d)All of the above

27.Rules that do not govern the consideration

 a)Natural Love and affection b)Time bark barred debt

 c)Agent Principle d)All of the above

28. Stranger to a contract can’t Sue means

 a)Flaws in contract b)Fraud

 c)Privity of contract d)None of these

29.Flaws of contract is defined in

 a)Section 11 b)Section 1o

 c)Section 15 d)Section 20

30.Fraud is defined in section

 a)Section 11 b)Section 17

 c)Section 10 d)Section 20

31. Fraud is a

 a)Void agreement b)Voidable Contract

 c) Void contract d)None of these

32.Terms of fraud include

 a)Fraudulent b)Suggestion

 c)Omission d)All of the above

33.Contract Uberrimae fidei includes

 a)Insurance b)Medical

 c)Company and family prospects d) All of the above

34.Committing of threatening includes

 a)Coercion b)Under influence

 c)Mispresentation d) None of these

35.Mental Torture, Fiduciary relationship, Dominating,

 Mental Harassment includes in

 a)Under influence b)Coercion

 c)Mistake d)Fraud

36.Mistake leads to

 a)Voidable b)Valid

 c)Void d)Illegal

37.Mistake law leads to

 a)Valid contract b)Void Agreement

 c)Voidable d)None of these

38.Agreement opposed to public policy

 a)Void b)Valid

 c)Voidable d)None of these

39.Situation in which agreement is void

 a)Mistake of fact

 b)Minor/Disqualified by law

 c)Impossible Agreement

 d) All of the above

40.All Wagering Agreement are

 a) Void b)Valid

 c)Voidable d) None

41.A contract which depends on happening of future or not is

 a)Quasi b)Contingent

 c)Valid d)All of the above

42.Contingent contract is

 a)Valid b)Void

 c)Illegal d)None

43.Contract where obligation of law are implied

 a)Quasi b)Contingent

 c)Illegal d)None of these

44.Situation where discharge of contract takes place

 a)Alteration and Novation b)Recession-Remission

 c)Both (a) and (b) d)None of these

45.The maximum time for discharge of contract is

 a)2 years b)3 years

 c)5 years d)1 year

46.Termination of contract can be done

 a)Discharge of Impossibility

 b)Discharge by Illegality

 c)Discharge by Frustration

 d)All of the these

47.Breach of contract- You(Aggrieved party)can

 a)Cancel the contract b)Claim the damages

 c)Wait till due date d)All of these

48.Cancel the contract and refuse further performance of the contract means

 a)Breach of contract b)Rescind of the contract

 c)Anticipatory contract d)None of these

49.The party can sue for damages in

 a)Breach of contract b)Privity of contract

 c)Either (a) or (b) d)None of these

50.Remedies for breach of contract are

 a)Sue for specific performance b)Sue for an injunction

 c)Sue on quantum merit d)All of these

51.Contract of indemnity includes

 a)Indemnifier b)Indemnified

 c)Creditor d)Both(a) and (b)

52.A party which bears our losses

 a)Surety b)Debtor

 c)Indemnifier d) Indemnified

53.A part whose losses are beared

 a)Indemnified b)Surety

 c)Debtor d)None of these

54.A party/person who gives loan

 a)Debtor b)Surety

 c)Creditor d)None

55.A person/party which gets loan

 a)Debtor b)Surety

 c)Indemnifier d)None

56.A person/party which pays creditor on behalf of debtor

To creditors

 a)Creditor b)Surety

 c)Creditor d)None

57.A contract that has technical defect

 a)Valid contract b)Contingent

 c)Unenforceable d)Enforceable

58.Agency consist of

 a)Principle b)Agent

 c)Sub agent d)All of these

59.Implied Agency includes

 a)Agent by Estoppel b)Agent of necessity

 c)Agent of Ratification d) All of these

60.Agency by Estoppel is a

 a)Void contract b)Valid contract

 c)Illegal Agreement d)None of these

61. Employees get and Agent gets

 a)Salary and wages b)Wages and commission

 c)Salary and Commission d)None of these

62.Agent is liable for

 a)Sub agent b)Agent

 c)Both d)None

63.Principle is liable for

 a)Agent b)Sub Agent

 c)Both d)None

64. Broker needs from Principal

 a)Salary b)Wages

 c)Brokerage d)None

65.An agent who works under principal and meet all bad debt as principle

charges him extra commission is

 a)Sub Agent b)Del Creder Agent

 c)Broker d)Mercantile Agent

66.An Agent who sales goods on auction on behalf of principle

 a)Broker b)Principle

 c)Auctioneer d)Banker

67. Is Banker also an Agent

 a)True b)False

 c)Partly True d)None of these

68.A person/Agent who sells goods and purchase goods freely

 a)Broker b)Sub Agent

 c)Del Creder d)Mercantile Agent

69.Principal are always liable to their agent in general

 a)True b)False

 c)Partly True d)Partly False

70.Agent has to strictly follow the guidance of principal

 a)True b)False

 c)Partly True d)Partly False

71.Agent has to disclose to the Principal

 a)Secret Profit b)Securities

 c)Surplus d)Both (a) and (c)

72.What are the exceptions when Principal comes to know about secret profit

by the agent

 a)Dismiss the agent without notice

 b)Recover amount of secret profit

 c)Refuse to pay the agent his remuneration

 d)All of the above

73.Execeptions where Agent can delegate the work given to him by principal


 a)Where the trade custom or usage delegation


 c)Where Principal knows that Agent intends to delegate

 d)All of the above

74.Implied Authority is also called as

 a)Apparent b)Ostensible

 c)Both (a) and (b) d)None

75. Which of the following is the right of Agent

 a)Remuneration b)Wages/Salary

 c)Commission d)Both (a) and (c)

76.Termination of Agency Includes

 a)By the Performance of contract of Agency


 c)Revocation of Agent or Principal

 d)All of the Above

77.Features of E contract

 a)Non paper base b)Electronic form

 c)Both d)None

78. The Information Technology Act was introduced in the year

 a)2000 b)2005

 c)2001 d)2002

79. Necessary Ingredients of Electronic Contract are

 a)Offer/Acceptance b)Lawful Consideration

 c)Intention to create legal relation d)All of these


1 d 11 d 21 a 31 b 41 b 51 d 61 c 71 d

2 a 12 b 22 a 32 d 42 a 52 c 62 a 72 d

3 d 13 c 23 d 33 d 43 a 53 a 63 c 73 d

4 b 14 a 24 a 34 b 44 c 54 c 64 c 74 c

5 a 15 d 25 d 35 a 45 b 55 a 65 b 75 d

6 c 16 c 26 d 36 c 46 d 56 b 66 c 76 d

7 a 17 b 27 d 37 a 47 d 57 c 67 a 77 c

8 a 18 a 28 c 38 a 48 b 58 d 68 d 78 a

9 a 19 a 29 a 39 a 49 a 59 d 69 a 79 d

10 d 20 b 30 b 40 d 50 d 60 b 70 a


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