In Section 2, point h), of the deed, the contract is defined as a legally enforceable agreement. A contract can also be characterized as an agreement whose purpose is to create a legal obligation, i.e. a legal obligation. Thus, sections 2 (h) and 10 of the Act describe the essential elements of a valid contract. If one of these elements is not fulfilled or is included in an agreement, it affects validity and does not constitute a valid contract. Under the above provisions, Air Hostesses retired from service in the following contingencies: (a) at the age of 35; b) at the time of marriage, if it took place within four years of service, and c) at the first pregnancy. The agreement is a longer term than a contract whose contracts are all contracts, but which are not contracts. Agreements that meet the conditions set out in Section 10 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, become contracts. Under English law, agreements that restrict marriage are discouraged because they affect the increase in population and the moral well-being of citizens.
Already in 1768, a precedent was introduced by the Court of King`s Bench in Lowe v. Peers, where the accused had made a promise under seal, no one but the promise to marry, on the penalty of paying their 1000 pounds within three months of marriage with someone else. In India, contractual relations between two or more parties are mainly governed by the Indian Contract Act of 1872, enacted by the British imperial government, which then exercised control of the country. Section 26 of the Indian Contract Act of 1872 states that any agreement to restrict marriage, with the exception of those that respect the marriage of minors, is non-acute. Section 26 of the Indian Contract Act is a widespread provision, with only one significant exception. It does not extinguish a partial or absolute agreement on the marriage of a minor. This exception, unlike public policy in general, is to marry a minor and, by the reluctance to commit such acts, the agreement that limits such marriages can instead be characterized as a more important public order. In addition, under English law, broking contracts or commitments to obtain or obtain marriage are declared illegal for several social reasons. A contract can be developed in the presence of at least two parties, one making the offer and the other accepting it. There must therefore be an offer from one party and its acceptance by the other party. The offer, if accepted, becomes an agreement.
The party making the offer is known as a supplier and the party to which the offer is submitted is known as Offeree. To form a contract, the parties must approve the agreement. A contract is considered a legally binding agreement or a relationship that exists between two or more persons to do or refrain from performing an act that the law will enforce. If a contract is to be concluded, an offer must be guaranteed by acceptance, which must be taken into account. Both contracting parties intend to establish a legal relationship which, if it does not meet the terms of the contract, may be sanctioned by law. Social contracts or agreements between families do not apply the agreements and do not provide for a legal relationship, therefore cannot be considered a valid contract. An agreement is a form of referral between the various parties, which may be verbal, written and on the honour of the parties for their execution and not be enforceable in any way. All contracts are agreements because there should essentially be mutual understanding between the parties for the formation of a contract. The parties should accept and respect the offer of the agreement.
In the case of an invitation to an offer, a contract is only concluded if the offer is accepted by the other party and the supplier making the offer is aware of the acceptance, all terms of the offer being accepted.