25. Agreement without consideration, cancelled, unless it is written and registered or is a commitment, something made or is a commitment to pay a debt prescribed by the statute of limitations i) If the agreement is written – This type of agreements are written and recorded by law and are made because of the natural love and affection between the parties. The parties involved should be close to each other. A contract without consideration is not applicable, as it is legally unenforceable. “Reflection” means that each party must provide something valuable.3 minutes Reading systems based on Roman law (including Germany  and Scotland) are not taken into account, and some commentators believe that this is not necessary and have proposed abandoning the doctrine of consideration and is being used as the basis for treaties.  Legislation, not judicial development, was seen as the only way to eliminate this entrenched doctrine. Lord Justice Denning said he was famous: “The doctrine of consideration is too strong to be toppled by a side wind.”  If the product was taken into account before the date of the commitment, the consideration is called “past consideration.” That is a valid reflection. Some types of contracts are only valid in writing, for example. B real estate transactions or contracts of more than 12 months. These laws vary by state.
Although oral contracts are legal, they can be very difficult to prove in court, it is generally preferable to obtain each contractual agreement in writing. For the validity of a contract, there must be several elements: a contract without consideration is invalid because it is legally unenforceable. “Reflection” means that each party must indicate something valuable.3 minutes in accordance with Section 2) of the Treaty act of 1872 of 1872, “any promise and series of promises that constitute the mutual consideration” is considered an agreement. However, this simple definition gives some ambiguity. The definition says that every promise is an agreement, but what is a promise? Point 2 (b) of the Indian Contracts Act of 1872 states that if the person to whom the proposal is submitted gives his or her compliant opinion, it is said that the proposal will be adopted. A proposal, if accepted, becomes a promise. In other words, a promise, if accepted by all parties in an agreement, becomes an agreement. To reach an agreement, one party would have to submit a proposal to the second part and the second party would have to accept it.