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Friday, December 25, 2015

University Of Pune Question Paper,LW - 910 : LAW OF CONTRACT - I,2010 Question Paper,LL. M. ( Semester - III )

University Of Pune Question Paper
LL. M. ( Semester - III ) Examination - 2010
(Principles of Contract)
(Old Course)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 60
Instructions :
(1) Attempt any four questions.
(2) All questions carry equal marks.
Q.1) Evaluate Position of Modern Law of Contract in the light of its history.
Q.2) A mere statement of intention made in course of conversation or even
negotiated agreements does not necessarily give rise to legal obligation.
Explain in the light of recent judicial trends.
Q.3) Define Misrepresentation. What are the basic requirements to constitute an
Act as Misrepresentation ?
Q.4) What shall be the effect of the following Conditions of Contract ? Discuss
with reasons.
(a) Failure to perform a contract when time is not an essence of contract.
(b) Failure to perform at fixed time, a contract in which time is an essence.
Q.5) An agreement becomes a contract if it is entered in between the parties
who are competent to contract. Explain in the context of section 10 and
section 11 of India Contract Act.
Q.6) “In case of anticipatory breach by renunciation of contract the cause of
action is not the future breach but the renunciation itself.” Discuss in the
light of Hochster v. De La Tour.
Q.7) Analyse various views of Law Commission of India on Standard Form of
Q.8) Write short notes : (Any Two)
(a) Privity of Contract
(b) Wagering Contract
(c) Undue Influence
(d) Floating Offers

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