An oral agreement is as valid as a written agreement. The legality of an oral agreement cannot be questioned if it falls within the indecency of the requirements of paragraph 10 of the Indian Contract Act of 1872. This is not of the same importance as reflection and is not used in the same way. According to this connotation, if a contract has a legal and effective consideration, it will not prevent the contract of the object disputed, that is, the object of the contract is illegal and contrary to public order. To establish the illegality of a treaty, the commonly followed basic rule is: “Do the parties oppose the law by getting involved in the treaty?” If this question provides a positive answer, the treaty is illegal and unenforceable. Section 23 of the Indian Treaty has various parties to it that determine the illegality of a contract. To define illicit agreements in their most fundamental form, they are seen as agreements that violate existing laws in this area and are criminal in nature. Agreements that are immoral and oppose public order also fall into the category of illegal agreements. Under the Indian Contract Act, there is another term for void agreements.
In this area, there is a frequent misunderstanding that assumes that the notions of emptiness and irregular agreements overlap. But that is not the case. There are considerable differences between the two in terms of nature and even consequences. Section 2 (h) of the Indian Contract Act of 1872 defines the term contract as “a legally applicable agreement is a contract.” We can therefore say that a contract is an agreement between two or more parties to do or refrain from doing something. Under Section 11 of the Indian Contract Act, a minor is unable to enter into a contract. It should be noted, however, that neither Section 10 nor Section 11 specify that, if a minor enters into an agreement, the contract would, at the minor`s choice,` be completely void or not. The Indian Contract Act, 1872 imposes the Contract Act in India and is the key legal act governing Indian contract law.