Although a contract is not valid at the time of creation, it may be invalidated by other factors. New laws may come into force, resulting in a contract being immediately invalidated. Information that was previously unknown to the parties to the contract may also cancel the contract. Since all contracts are unique, it is often difficult to judge their validity. Section 26 of the Act states that all agreements that will partially or totally hold a marriage, with the exception of marriage, would be non-acute. For example, if Ria`s father, Amit, merely incites him to prevent him from marrying his daughter, such an agreement would be null and void in the eyes of the law, provided that the parties concerned are not minors. In the case of Shrawan Kumar v. Nirmala, the plaintiff found that the defendant had promised to marry her and, therefore, her current marriage should be submitted by the court. This petition was rejected by the High Court of Allah for the withholding of marriage. The philosophy behind this law is that marriage is a sacred social institution and that nothing should be allowed to disturb or restrict it until it does not affect minors.
Therefore, an agreement to restrict adult marriage is voided, whereas in the case of the minor, it would not be too elbe. But this clause does not apply in the case of remarriage. In the event of remarriage, any sentence imposed on the widow would not be considered a deduction. This is what happened in the case of Rao Rani v. Gulab Rani, where it was assumed that the widow had to give up her property rights. c. The omission, because the third person is not in a position to abhor the work on which the promisor relies, also does not allow the promisor to avail itself of the impossibility of softening. In the last part of the contract, it is said that if the beneficiary of the contract knows that this objective of the contract has become impossible, but that the contract still enters into a contract with the promised, the precept is required, in this case, to pay a fixed compensation that the undertakings maintain because of the non-compliance with the contract. c) The promise was to do something in person, and the promisor dies or is handicapped by illness or misadventure. Such cases are generally seen in practice in practice. The contract must be fulfilled only by the seller and not by his representative or by a third party, as the performance of the contract is based on personal abilities or qualities. In such cases, the contract is cancelled if the patient or disability or even death.
In this section, it is stated that any agreement that interferes with another person`s married life should be avoided as an agreement. This deference may be partial or general, a party may deter marriage for a certain period of time, or marriage or a particular person, or marriage in general, or may stick to it. After an in-depth analysis of the main sections on unborn agreements, it is easy to conclude that cancelled agreements and exceptions are made only to protect the rights and interests of the general public. Restrictions are becoming more important because agreements and contracts are the most widely used legal instruments and directly or indirectly affect most of our social relations.