16. The balance to the provisions of Section 11 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 is found in:
Section 66 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872
Section 67 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872
Section 68 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872
None of these
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17. The branches Section 30 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 declares:
Agreement of wager void
Prevents the winner from bringing an action to recover amount won (even under a substituted contract)
Prevents the winner from suing the stakeholder
All of them
18. The basis of relief on the ground of economic duress is not clear from the judgment in the case of Dai-ichi Karkaria Pvt. Ltd. v. Oil Natural Gas Commission because:
the decision has been given in proceedings seeking an interim injunction, where the Court has to decide whether an interim injunction ought to be issued. The decision can be sustained solely on the equitable principles on which the Court may refuse to grant an injunction
the Court has discussed the effect of economic duress as a ground of invalidating a contract on the basis of a prima facie case in interlocutory proceedings
the effect of such duress on the contract, i.e. whether it is voidable for lack of free consent, or is void being against public policy is not clear from the judgment
19. The capacity of a woman to contract is not affected by her marriage under which of the following?
The Hindu Law
The Mohammedan Law
both (A) and (B)
20. The cases in which power under Article 226 or 14 of the Constitution can be exercised for breaches of alleged obligations of the state, or its agents, can be divided into which of the following types?I. Where a petitioner makes a grievance of breach of promise on the part of the state in cases where on assurance or promises made by the state, he has acted to his prejudice and predicament, but the agreement is short of a contract within the meaning of Article 299 of the Constitution. II. Where the contract entered into between the person aggrieved and the state is in the exercise of statutory power under certain Acts or rules framed there under and the petitioner alleges a breach on the part of the state. III. Where the contract entered into heaven between the state and the person aggrieved is non-statutory and purely contractual and the rights and liabilities of the parties are governed by the terms of the contract and the petitioner complains about a breach of such contract by the State. IV. Where the contract entered into between the State and the person aggrieved is nonstatutory and purely contractual, but such a contract has been canceled on a ground dehors any of the terms of the contract, and which is per se violative of Article 14 of the Constitution.
II, III, IV
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