Table of Content
 

 

Introduction

  • Overview
  • Contract Definition
  • Contract Elements
  • Indian Contract Act

Contract Formation

  • Agreement
  • Classification of contracts
  • Offer and Acceptance
  • Valid Offer
  • Offer Lapse
  • Acceptance
  • Valid Acceptance
  • Communication of offer and acceptance
  • Revocation of Offer and Acceptance
  • Intention
  • Consideration
  • Essentials of Consideration
  • No consideration No Contract
  • Stranger
  • Contract Writing
  • Contract Contents

Capacity of Parties

  • Capacity to contract
  • Minor
  • Persons of unsound mind
  • Persons disqualified by other laws

Free Consent

  • Coercion
  • Undue Influence
  • Misrepresentation
  • Fraud
  • Mistake
  • Unconscionability

Contract Legality

  • Legality of object
  • Unlawful Consideration and Unlawful Object
  • Illegality
  • Common Law and Illegality

Wagering, Contingent, Quasi and Performance of Contracts

  • Wagering Agreement
  • Contingent contract
  • Quasi contracts
  • Performance of contract

Discharge

  • Introduction to Discharge
  • Discharge by performance
  • Discharge by mutual agreement
  • Discharge by breach
  • Discharge by operation of law
  • Discharge by lapse of time
  • Discharge by Impossibility of Performance
  • Exceptions to the Doctrine of supervening impossibility:

Breach of Contract and Remedies

  • Breach of Contract
  • Anticipatory Breach
  • Remedies
  • Damages
  • Equitable remedies
  • Specific Relief Act

Special Contracts

  • Contract of indemnity and guarantee
  • Contract of Guarantee
  • Rights of Surety
  • Contract of Bailment and Pledge
  • Lien
  • Finder of lost goods
  • Pledge or Pawn
  • Contract of agency
  • Duties and Rights of an Agent

Sale of Goods Act 1930

  • Sale and bailment
  • Conditions and warranties
  • Transfer of ownership in goods:
  • Sale by non owners
  • Unpaid Seller

Indian Contract Act, 1872

  • PREAMBLE
  • Chapter I Of the communication, acceptance and revocation of proposals
  • Chapter II Of contracts, violable contracts and void agreements
  • Chapter III Of contingent contracts
  • Chapter IV Of the performance of contracts - Contracts which must be performed
  • Chapter V Of certain relations resembling those created by contract
  • Chapter VI Of the consequences of breach of contract
  • Chapter VII Sale of goods
  • Chapter VIII Of indemnity and guarantee
  • Chapter IX Of bailment
  • Chapter X Agency, Appointment and authority of agents
  • Chapter XI Of partnership

International Contract Law

  • International Contract Basics
  • The Internationalisation of contract law
  • Contractual Disputes
  • UN - CISG
  • INCOTERMS 2010
  • UNCITRAL
  • Contract of Carriage of Goods
  • International Insurance
  • International Payment
  • World Trade Organization (WTO)
  • Regional Trade Blocs
  • Anti-Dumping and Countervailing
  • International Commercial Litigation

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