LLB Part 1 Law of Contract Past Papers 2007-2019

Law of Contract is compulsory and fourth paper in LL.B part 1 examination. Here you’ll find all year wise past papers of Law of Contract of LL.B Part 1 is gathered here according to needs of the new and old students of LL.B part 1 examination. Law of Contract gives you understanding about how you can enter into a contract, what are the requirements for entering into contract and what documents are there to complete a contract these and many other laws are cover in this paper.

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LL.B Part 1 Law Of Contract Past Papers 2007 To Onward

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2007 Paper-IV

i) Attempt any SIX questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part-I, each carries 15 marks and ONE question each from Part-H and Part-III, respectively, each carry 20 marks.

Part-I

Q.1 What are essential elements of a valid contract?

Q.2 What is the difference between voidable and void agreements? Give your answer stating examples

Q.3 What is the difference between fraud and misrepresentation? Explain it giving examples.

Q.4 Define contingent contracts. Are they enforceable? If so, explain

Q.5 State the rules governing the determination of damages for breach of contract.

Q.6 What is a contract of guarantee? Distinguish it from the contract of indemnity

Q.7 Can a valid pledge be made by a mercantile agent? If so, explain fully.

Q.8 How is an agency created and terminated? Discuss

Part-II

Q.9 What the is difference between an agreement to sell and a contract of sale? State the necessary ingredients for the formation of a contract of sale.

Q.10 What are the remedies available to the seller and the buyer upon breach of contract of sale?

Part-III

Q.11 Can a minor become part of a partnership? If so, state the law governing his admission to the partnership.

Q. 12 What are the rights and duties of the partners to one another in their mutual relationship as partners of a firm?

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2008 Paper-IV

Part-1

Q.1. Define the terms void and voidable agreements. Explain the circumstances under which a contract becomes void and voidable.

Q.2 What do you understand by the term free consent? Discuss the effect of mistake on the contract.

Q.3.What kind of remedies are available to an aggrieved party in case of breach of contract?

Q.4. An agreement without consideration is void, Discuss exceptions to this rule.

Q.5. How can a surety be discharged from his liability

Q.6. Define the term Quasi contract. Discuss the circumstances under which such contract comes into existence

Q.7. Discuss rights and duties of Bailee in a contract of bailment.

Q8. Define the term proposal and discuss its essential elements.

Part-II

Q.9. Define and distinguish between condition and warranty. Explain implied and express warranties in a contract of sale.

Q.10 Who is the unpaid seller. Discuss his rights against goods.

Part-III

Q.11. Discuss in detail the rights and obligations of partners after the dissolution of a firm.

Q.12. What is meant by registration of a firm? Discuss its advantages. Also state, if any, the effect of non-registration of a firm.

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2009 Paper-IV

Part-I

Q.1. Define Proposal and Acceptance. What are the rules relating to their communication?

Q.2. Who is the competition to make a Contract? Discuss in Detail

Q.3. What are the agreements which have expressly been declared void?

Q.4. What are different remedies for breach of contract provided in Contract Act?

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Q.5. Define bailment. What are the rights and duties of a bailee?

Q.6. What are different modes of creation and termination of agency?

Part-II

Q.7. Define Sale and agreement to sell. What is the distinction between two?

Q.8. Who is “Unpaid Seller”? What are his rights against goods?

Part-III

Q.9. Define Partnership. What are its essential elements? Discuss in detail

Q.10. What are different modes of dissolution of partnership?

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2010 Paper-IV

Part-1 (THE CONTRACT ACT)

Q 1. All contracts are agreements, but all agreements are not Contracts. Discuss the statement explaining the essential elements of a valid Contract.

Q2. Explain the term Consideration and state the exceptions to the role No Consideration, no Contract”

Q3. What do you understand by the term “Free Consent”? When is Contract said to be induced by undue influence? What is the effect of undue influence on a Contract?

Q4. An agreement in restraint of trade is void. Discuss the statement giving exceptions to it, if any.

Q5. Explain the various ways in which a Contract may be discharged.

Q6. Define a Contract of Bailment. Discuss the rights and duties of a bailor.

Part-II (THE SALE OF GOODS ACT)

Q7. Distinguish between sale and agreement to sell.

Q8. Explain the term “Unpaid-seller”. Discuss the rights of unpaid seller against the goods.

Part-III (THE PARTNERSHIP ACT)

Q9. What are the rights and Liabilities of partners on dissolution of a firm?

Q10. Explain partnership. What are the essentials of a partnership?

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2011 Paper-IV

PART-I (Contract Act)

Q.1. All agreements are not contracts but all contracts are agreements. Discuss the statement explaining the essentials of a valid contract.

Q.2 Define consideration. When are contracts without consideration valid? Explain with examples.

Q.3 Define coercion and undue influence and explain their difference with examples

Q.4 What agreements are expressly declared void under Contract Act?

Q.5 Maris meant by “QUASI CONTRACTS”? Discuss in detail.

Q.6 What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract?

Q.7 Define contract of Agency. What are the rights and duties of an agent?

Q.8 Define Bailment. Explain the rights and duties of a bailee.

PART-II (Sale of Goods Act)

Q.9 Define contract of Sale and agreement of Sell and distinguish between two.

Q.10 Define condition and warranty. What are the implied conditions provided under Sale of Goods Act?

PART-III (Partnership Act)

Q.11 How Partnership is defined in Partnership Act? What are its essentials?

Q.12 What are different modes of dissolution of a Partnership?

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2012 Paper-IV

Part-1 Contract Act 1872

Q. 1 Ahmed offered his car for sale to his colleague Zahid through email for Rs 10.00000/- on 1st May 2012. Zahid replied through email on 2nd May. that “he is ready to buy that car for Rs. 9.50000/-“. When Zahid consulted his family, he was advised that Rs 10,00000/- was a good price for that car. On that advice, Zahid immediately made a call to Ahmed sa9ing “He accepts the price of 10,00000/-. Ahmed refused to sell the car to Zahid and replied “He has changed his mind”. Zahid is unhappy with the refusal as he has accepted the same price as proposed by Ahmed. Zahid wants to sue Ahmed for breach of contract. Advise him about his rights. (Note: The answer should not exceed 100 words.)

Q.2 All contracts are an agreement but all agreements are not contracts. Discuss with reference to the essentials of a valid contract.

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Q.3 Define free consent. What are the factors which affect the free consent?

Q.4 What meant by unlawful consideration and object? What is their effect in the process of formation of a contract?

Q.5 Agreement which ceases to be enforceable by law becomes void when it ceases to be enforceable Discuss with reference to the provisions regarding the subsequent impossibility of performance of a contract.

Q.6 There are certain relations where parties can enforce their rights even without a formal contract. Discuss in the light of the relevant provision of Contract Act

Q.7 Define indemnity and guarantee. When is a surety discharged from liability?

Q.8 Define agency. What are the rights and duties of an agent?

Part-II Sale of Goods Act

Q. 9 Define sale and agreement to sell and distinguish between the two

Q. 10 Who is Unpaid Seller? What are his rights provided in Sale of Goods Act?

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2013 Paper-IV

Part-I

Q1 Discuss the Circumstances under which a contract becomes voidable.

Q2 Discuss in details the legal parameters prescribed for the validity of the contract.

Q3 Generally speaking, consideration is considered to be an essential component of a valid contract. However, there are certain situations under which a contract remains valid even without the presence of consideration. Discuss.

Q4 Highlight the essentials of a contract of guarantee. Discuss the circumstances under which the surety is discharged of his liability.

Q5 What do you understand by the term breach of contract? Discuss various remedies available to an aggrieved party in case of breach of contract.

Q6 Define and explain the contract of “Bailment”. Throw light on the rights and duties of a bailee.

Q7 Discuss the agreements which have been expressly declared to be void.

Q8 Mr. Sunny promises Mr. Ali to sell him one hundred bales of merchandise, to be delivered next day and Mr. Ali promises to pay for them within a month. Mr. Sunny does not deliver according to his promise Please reply:

  • Whether Mr. Ali needs to perform his promise?
  • If you answer is ‘yes’ why?
  • If your answer is ‘no’ why?
  • Suggest right course to Ali

Part-II

Q9 Define and distinguish between sales and agreement to sell.

Q10 No one can transfer a better title than he himself has. Discuss exceptions to his rule.

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2014 Paper-IV

Part-I (Part-1 Contract Act 1872)

Q1. All contracts are an agreement but all agreements are not contracts. Discuss with reference to the essentials of a valid contract

Q2 Every person is not competent to contract. Discuss in the light of rules regarding the capacity of parties provided in Contract Act 1872.

Q3 Define free consent. What are the factors which affect the free consent?

Q4 Contract Act 1872 has expressly declared certain agreements as void. What are those agreements? Discuss in detail

Q5 What are the rules relating to appropriation of payments provided in Contract Act?

Q6 Agreement which ceases to be enforceable by law becomes void when it ceases to be enforceable Discuss with reference to the provisions regarding the subsequent impossibility of performance of a Contract.

Q7 Define agency. What are the rights and duties of an agent?

Q8. Define Indemnity and Guarantee. What is the distinction between tow?

Part-II (Sale of Goods Act)

Q9 Define sale and agreement to sell and distinguish between the two.

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Q10 No one can transfer-a better title than he himself possess”. Discuss the exceptions to the above rule.

Part-III (Partnership Act)

Q 11 Define Partnership. Discuss the essential of a valid partnership contract.

Q 12 What are the rights and liabilities of a minor admitted to the partnership Firm?

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2015 Paper-IV

Part-1 Contract Act 1872

Q.1. Define consideration. What are the exceptions to the rule “an agreement without consideration is void”?

Q2 What are the essentials of a valid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q3 What is meant by “Quasi Contracts”? Discuss in the light of relevant provisions of Contract Act.

Q4 Define Guarantee. What are the rights of a Surety?

Q5 Define Bailment. What are the rights and duties of a Bailee?

Q6 What are the rules relating to “Appropriation of Payment” provided in Contract Act?

Q7 What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract?

Q8 What are the agreements which have been expressly declared void?

Part-II Sale of Goods Act

Q9 Define condition and Warranty? Distinguish between two.

Q10. Define “sale” and “Agreement to sell” and distinguish between two.

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2017 Paper-IV

Note: Attempt any FIVE questions selecting FOUR from Part-I and ONE from Part-II. All questions carry equal marks.

Part-1 Contract Act 1872

Q.1 All contracts are an agreement but all agreements are not contract. Discuss with reference to the essentials of a valid contract.

Q.2 Define free consent. What are the factors which affect the free consent?

Q.3 What is meant by unlawful consideration and object? What is their effect in the process of formation of a contract?

Q.4 Agreement which ceases to be enforceable by law becomes void when it ceases to be enforceable” Discuss with reference to the provisions regarding the subsequent possibility of performance of a contract.

Q.5 What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract? Discuss in detail.

Q.6 Define indemnity and guarantee. When is a surety discharged from liability?

Q.7 Define bailment. What are the rights and duties of a bailee?

0.8, How contract of agency is created and terminated?

Part-II Sale of Goods Act

Q.9 Define sale and agreement to sell and distinguish between the two.

Q.10 Who is Unpaid Seller? What are his rights provided in Sale of Goods Act?

Law Of Contract LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2018 Paper-IV

Part-I (Law of Contract)

Q.1 What are the essentials of a valid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q.2 Every person is not competent to contract. Discuss in the light of rules regarding the capacity of parties provided in Contract Act 1872.

Q.3 Define coercion and undue influence and distinguish between two.

Q.4 Contract Act 1872 has expressly declared certain agreements as void. What are those agreements? Discuss in detail.

Q.5 Agreement which ceases to be enforceable by law becomes void when it ceases to be enforceable. Discuss with reference to the provision regarding the subsequent possibility of performance of a contract.

Q.6 What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract? Discuss in detail.

Q.7 Define indemnity and guarantee and distinguish between the two.

Q.8 Define agency What are the rights and duties of an agent?

Part-II (Sale of Goods Act)

Q.9 Define sale and agreement of sell and distinguish between the two.

Q.10 Define Condition and Warranty. What is the implied condition provided in the sale of Goods Act?

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