MCQs on Indian Contract Act 1872 (7)

1. A Contract creates..............

(a) Rights in personam 
(b) Rights in rem 
(c) Only rights and no obligations 
(d) Only Obligations and no rights. 


2. An agreement not enforceable by Law is said to be void under section ................ of the Indian Contract Act. 

(a) Section 2(a) 
(b) Section 2(b) 
(c) Section 2(f) 
(d) Section 2(g) 


3. When the contract is perfectly valid in its substance but cannot be enforced because of certain technical defects. This is called a/ an- 

(a) Unilateral Contract 
(b) Bilateral Contract 
(c) Unenforceable Contract 
(d) Void Contract 


4. The term” Proposal or offer” has been defined in - of the Indian contract Act. 

(a) Section 2(a) 
(b) Section 2(b) 
(c) Section 2(c) 
(d) Section 2(d) 


5. The term” Promise” has been defined in .............. of the Indian Contract Act. 

(a) Section 2(a) 
(b) Section 2(b) 
(c) Section 2(c) 
(d) Section 2(d) 


6. The person making the proposal is called ............. 

(a) Promisor 
(b) Promisee 
(c) Participator 
(d) Principal  


7. Offer implied from conduct of parties or from circumstances of the case is called ........... 

(a) Implied offer 
(b) Express offer 
(c) General offer 
(d) Specific offer


8. An offer made to a (i) Specific person, or (ii) a group of persons is known as

(a) Standing offer 
(b) Specific offer 
(c) Special offer 
(d) Separate offer 


9. Communication of proposal is complete when it comes to the knowledge of ........... 

(a) The person to whom it is made 
(b) The proposer 
(c) Either (a) or (b) 
(d) The Court. 


10. Terms of an offer must be .........

(a) Ambiguous 
(b) Uncertain 
(c) Definite 
(d) Vague 



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