Section 10 of Pakistan Contract Act, 1872
Section 10 of Pakistan Contract Act, 1872 deals with What agreements are contracts.
From the Act
All agreements are contracts if they are made by the free consent of parties competent to contract, for a lawful consideration and with a lawful object, and are not hereby expressly declared to be void.
Nothing herein contained shall affect any law in force in Bangladesh, and not hereby expressly repealed, by which any contract is required to be made in writing or in the presence of witnesses, or any law relating to the registration of documents.
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Related Sections from the Act
- Section 11: Who are competent to contract
- Section 12: What is a sound mind for the purposes of contracting
- Section 13: "Consent” defined
- Section 14: "Free consent" defined
- Section 15: "Coercion" defined
- Section 16: "Undue influence" defined
- Section 17: "Fraud" defined
- Section 18: "Misrepresentation" defined
- Section 19: Viodability of agreements without free consent
- Section 19A: Power to set aside contract induced by undue influence
- Contracts of Indemnity
- Contract of Bailment
- Contract of Guarantee
- State Responsibility for Contracts with foreigners
- Remedies for Breach of Contract