MCQs on Indian Contract Act 1872 (8)

1. Offer should not contain a term, the non- Compliance of which would amount to acceptance. This statement is

(a) True 
(b) Partly True 
(c) False 
(d) None of the above



2. When two persons make identical offers to each other, in ignorance of each other’s offer, it is called ............

(a) Cross offers 
(b) Implied offers 
(c) Direct offers 
(d) Express offers. 


3. An offer is revoked

(a) By the death or insanity of the proposer 
(b) By Lapse of time 
(c) By Communication of notice of revocation 
(d) All of these 


4. Acceptance in ignorance of the offer is

(a) Valid 
(b) Invalid  
(c) Void 
(d) Voidable 



5. Acceptance should be given within 

(a) The time specified by the Offerer 
(b) A reasonable time 
(c) Such time as the offer lapses 
(d) All of the above 


6. An acceptance on telephone should be 

(a) Heard by the offeror 
(b) Audible to the offeror 
(c) Understood by the offeror 
(d) All of the above. 


7. Section --- of the Indian Contract Act defines “Consideration”. 

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


8. Consideration must move at the desire of

(a) The promisor 
(b) The promisee 
(c) The promisor or any third party 
(d) Both the promisor and the promise 


9. Consideration in a contract: 

(a) May be past, present or future 
(b) May be present or future only 
(c) Must be present only (d) 
(d) Must be future only. 


10. Past Consideration is valid in - 

(a) England Only  
(b) India Only 
(c) Neither in England nor in India 
(d) both in England and India 




MCQs on Indian Contract Act 1872
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