The contract can be seen as the culmination of an agreement that includes a merger of all the necessary elements of a legally binding agreement. A contract essentially has all the advantages of a valid agreement, but conversely, it is not always valid, i.e. all contracts are agreements, but not all agreements are allowed as contracts. The definition of the contract up to point 2 (h) consistently and succinctly indicates how and what a valid contract is being concluded. In addition, the treaty inserts the intention to enter into a legally binding pact, as such an intention is absent in the event of an agreement, as both parties are not legally obliged to provide a fixed benefit. As stated in Balfour vs. Balfour (1919), not all oral commitments or pacts are a treaty. It is sometimes left to the discretion of the parties to form a mutual agreement, but the applicability of such an agreement is sometimes nullified when such a pact is to be brought to justice. It should therefore be concluded that the scope of the contract does not cover all vague agreements and commitments as long as they have legal personality.
The promise to do something between two parties, or not, must be a kind of mutual understanding for the pursuit of individual interests. Such an expression of the person`s will towards another is called a proposal. This expression of interest, with the intention of concluding a valid and enforceable agreement by law, is an agreement. The entire transaction leads to the company called the contract. You can see these few lines, how to summarize the whole process of building the contract, but in the picture, the process is quite complex and complicated. The isms andologies of legal jargon make the process of forming a bilateral agreement in the language of a layman quite ambiguous, but there is no denying that, because of the fair laws and regulations of treaties and agreements, the foundations on which the highest agreements and treaties are established are established. « Every promise and series of promises that constitute the consideration for each other is an agreement » is an agreement between two or more people who create rights and duties between them and the… Section 2 (a) of the Indian Contract Act,1872 defines a proposal or offer as a situation in which a person expresses an intention to do or refrain from doing something to another person, taking into account the fact that the person will seek approval for such a proposal. In addition, letter 2 (b) grants the parties concerned the status of « promisor » and « promise » as soon as the offer is accepted and matures into a « promise. » This adoption of the proposal is communicated by the promise made to the bidder, so that the agreement becomes legally binding. Here, the word « communication » has a sui generis character of the definition by its completion. If such an offer is accepted, it must be communicated by the person to whom the offer is submitted by the supplier, such communication must be made in a regulatory format available to both parties.
In the case of Felthouse v Bindley (1862). it was indicated that notification of acceptance or revocation of an offer must be clearly communicated. An agreement whose notification of adoption is not vague cannot be concluded for the sole pleasure of a party. This case highlighted the existence of tacit consent and a willingness to enter into contracts, but not explicitly. The facts are that the plaintiff had an agreement to supply coal to the defendant. For some time, the two sides have agreed on trade without a formal written agreement.