Examples of non-contract could be prostitution or gambling. If someone enters into a contract and suffers from a serious illness or is psychologically incompetent, that would be cancelled because the party has not been able to enter into a contract. Definition: Section 2, point g): an agreement that is not applicable is considered null and void, and therefore an agreement has no legal consequences. An agreement legally applicable to the choice of one or more parties, but not to the choice of the other or the other, is a non-contract. The duration of a nullity agreement and a non-law contract may be imposed on one of the main differences between the two forms of relationship between the parties. Empty agreements are not binding from the beginning to the end. They remain null and void and cannot be enforced by any court. This does not apply to unsigned contracts because they are enforceable at the beginning because they have seen all the essential elements of a valid contract until a certain time when they are cancelled and cannot be executed by the court. Among the conditions that make a non-enforcement contract unfeasible are illegality and implementation difficulties. If breaches are found in the treaty, a party may reject them. If the treaty is not rejected, there remains an inconclusive treaty that can be ratified. Under Section 2 (g) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, an inconclusive agreement is defined as an agreement that is not legally applicable, i.e. such agreements cannot be challenged in court.

Such an agreement has no legal consequences and therefore does not confer any rights on the parties concerned. A non-consensual contract is void from the date, it is established and can never be converted into a contract. The provisions of the law provide that a third party cannot be associated with an agreement as it stands because it is neither recognized by contract law nor enforceable. However, in a non-concluding contract, a third party that has acquired and taken into account acquires a good ownership of the acquired goods, because the contract is recognized by law and applicable. However, if the third party is involved after the rejection of the contract by one of the parties, it does not acquire a good title and is therefore not protected by the provisions of contract law. 2. Parties may, from the outset, be deemed unsigned by an agreement. On the other hand, a contract is terminated due to the subsequent impossibility or illegality of the service. Therefore, the party can only know them after the contract. A non-concord agreement is null and void ab-initio, essentially it is null and void since it is formed.

On the other hand, a non-contractual contract is a contract valid at the time of its creation, but which, due to certain circumstances that are not controlled by the interested parties, ends up being invalidated. 3. A cancelled contract does not end unless the party on the option from which it can be cancelled rejects it. But a no-deal is not valid from the beginning. Invalid contracts mean that they cannot be enforced by any of the parties. In essence, it is a contract that can no longer be used, and the courts will consider it as if there had never been a contract in the beginning. One problem that can lead to the nullity of a contract is that of the illegality of the treaty in the state or throughout the country. Depending on the concept of thought and illegality, one or both parties could be prosecuted. To become enforceable, an agreement, all the essential elements of a valid contract described in section 10 of the act, must be respected. Thus, the contract becomes invalid in the event of non-compliance with one or more essential elements of a contract during its creation.

Some agreements, which are expressly cancelled, include: 1. An unsigned contract is cancelled at the choice of one of the parties.