1. A contract or an obligation to perform a promise could arise in the following ways

(a) By agreement and contract
(b) By standard form of contracts
(c) By promissory estoppel
(d) None of the above

2. When the offers made by two persons to each other containing similar terms of bargain cross each other in post, they are known as

(a) Cross offers
(b) Implied offers
(c) Direct offers
(d) Expressed offers

3. Communication of acceptance is not necessary

(a) By performance of conditions of the offer by offeree
(b) By acceptance of consideration by the offeree
(c) By acceptance of benefit/service by the offeree
(d) All the above

4. General offers open for world at large can be accepted by

(a) Any person in the world
(b) Any person within the country
(c) Any person who complies with the conditions of the offer
(d) Any person who reads the advertisement

5. When the proposal or acceptance is made other wise than words, the promise is said to be

(a) Expressed
(b) Implied
(c) Accepted
(d) Rejected

6. If the communication is made by an unauthorised person, it does not result in a/an

(a) Contract
(b) Agreement
(c) Offer
(d) Consideration

7. Which section of Law of Contract defines, "A proposal may be revoked at anytime, before the communication of its acceptance is complete as against the proposer, but not afterwards."

(a) Section 5
(b) Section 4
(c) Section 6
(d) Section 7

8. A promisee is

(a) A person who makes a promise
(b) A person who monitors the statement of intentions of two parties
(c) A person to whom the promise is made
(d) None of these

9. The person making the proposal is called

(a) Promisor
(b) Promise
(c) Participator
(d) None of these

10. Voidable contract is one

(a) Which is lawful
(b) Which is invalid
(c) Which is valid so long it is not avoided by the party entitled to do so
(d) None of these

MCQs on Indian Contract Act 1872