The distinction between clause (b) and clause (c) of section 28 (above) may be respected. Under clause (b), the agreement limits the period within which it is possible to enforce one`s contractual rights, which reduces the limitation period, while, according to clause (c), the agreement limits the period within which it is necessary to apply any contractual rights. However, a similar condition to deter a worker from any further engagement after retirement shall be annulled, for example.B. the non-admission to private practice for doctors working in hospitals is a valid condition and does not fall within the scope of the restrictions referred to in Article 27. It states that an agreement to do an impossible act in itself is annigable. For example – Tina agrees with Kapil to discover a treasure by magic, impossible performance is absurd. Agreements that tend to create monopolies are now subject to the provisions of the Monopolies and Trade Practices Act 1969, which prohibits certain types of trade agreements. and (3) the storage of a guarantee agreement of a bank or financial institution. A contract of action that becomes impossible after the conclusion of the contract or due to an event that the promiser could not prevent becomes invalid if the act becomes impossible or illegal. In other words, an agreement is an accepted proposal. A contract is an agreement; an agreement is a promise and a promise is an accepted proposal. Thus, in its final analysis, each agreement is the result of a proposal by one party and its adoption by the other. “Void contract” is defined in section 2(g) of the Indian Contract Act 1872 as “an agreement that is not enforceable by law is void”.
 Example – John promises Mona to sell his Samsung tablet for Rs. 20,000 and Mona agrees to buy it for this amount, here “John” and “Mona” have made an agreement. A agrees with B to discover treasures through magic. The agreement is not concluded. (b) No party should be interested in ownership of the event. The transaction must be the sole interest of the parties to the agreement. (c) The promise was to do something in person, and the promiser dies or is disabled by illness or accident. Such cases are usually seen in the practical world.
The contract is only bound by the promiser and not by his representative or a third party, since the execution of the contract is based on personal skills or qualities. In such cases, the contract is cancelled if the promiser becomes ill, is disabled or even dies. Sometimes an employee`s terms of service may prevent them from making a different commitment during their employment. This will be a valid agreement, as an employer can bind its employees to all legal conditions. A trade restriction agreement applies in the following cases: Thorsten Nordenfelt was in this case an arms manufacturer in Sweden and England. Thorsten sold his business to a company that later transferred the store to Maxim Nordenfelt. At that time, Thorsten made a deal with Maxim not to manufacture weapons for 25 years, except what he made on behalf of the company. . . .