Impossibility that occurs after the conclusion of the contract Any person has the legal right to make or accept a profession, activity or a legal activity. If an agreement is reached to retain this right, it is a violation of its fundamental right and is also contrary to public policy. That is why the Indian Contracts Act expressly struck down these agreements. (b) an object accepted or persistent by the parties is accidentally deranged or uns submitted, or an event or a number of things supposed to be accepted or non-existent, while the performance of the contract may be literally possible in accordance with its terms. A second category of impossibility refers to such contracts which are valid at the beginning, but which later become invalidated because of an act or act that occurs outside the control of the parties. Such an impossibility is called supervening impossibility. Such an impossibility also has the effect of rendering a contract unst soured. Paragraph 2 of S.56 indicates such an impossibility. The Common Law of England defines a person`s responsibility to keep his promise without any qualifications. If the parties consider that the performance of the contract may be hampered by restricting their commitment or challenging the agreement, they can define the conditions and conditions they deem appropriate.
But a condition should not always be expressed in words. It also implies conditions to be met for the performance of the valid contract. When an event is not controlled by the contracting parties and such an event prevents the performance of the contract, the parties become destitute from carrying out their obligations. A contract is annulled on the basis of arrogance if, without the fault of the promisor, one of the following positions has been created: no law contained in that law affects a law in force in India and is not expressly repealed by this, by which a contract must be concluded in writing or in the presence of witnesses, or a law on the registration of documents. An uncon concluded contract must be distinguished from a contract that is only terminated and unenforceable.