INDIAN CONTRACT ACT ,1872
Indian Contract Act 1872 is the main sourceof law regulating contracts in India. It was enacted on 25 April, 1872 by Imperial legislative council . It extends to (the whole of India) (except the state of Jammu and Kashmir ); and it shall come into force on the first day of September, 1872.
CONSENT AND FREE CONSENT
Consent means when it is received from somebody must be free from compulsion or pressure. It is not enough for valid contract .
According to Indian Contract Act , 1872, Sec.13 defines consent as : ‘Two or more persons are said to consent when they agree upon the same thing in the same sense ‘ i.e. consensus ad idem .
Free consent means parties to contract may agree upon the same thing in the same sense and along with the same. .It is one of the essential elements of valid contract.
According to Indian Contract Act, 1872, Sec. 14 defines consent.
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