The contract is not valid if there is no free consent or actual consent in accordance with English law. Consent is not deemed free if it is caused by coercion, unlawful influence, fraud, misrepresentation and error. The contract becomes questionable if there is an error in the cause or cause of triggering. Error is a factor of appeasement, it is by mistake in the consensus and prevents the assembly of mind necessary for the conclusion of a contract, it makes a contract invalid. Thus, in case of error, the contract is annulled, but in other cases, such as coercion, inadmissible influence, fraud and misrepresentation, the contract is subject to challenge only in accordance with paragraphs 19, 19A, approval was not free to the choice of the party. Paragraphs 13 and 14 of the Contracts Act define consent or free consent. However, in recent times it has become extremely difficult to find free consent. It is therefore necessary to find ways to determine whether consent was given voluntarily or not. People tend to rely on the defence when accused of coercion, unconscionable influence, etc. 7. Contract 2 (h): A legally enforceable agreement is a contract.
Silence is not in itself communication- Bank of India Ltd. vs. Rustom Cowasjee- AIR 1955 Bom. 419 at page 430; 57 pieces of L.R. 850- Simple silence cannot be reduced to a vision. It is not even a representation where an objection of legal effect can be found, unless there is an obligation to make a declaration or release an act, and the supplier must agree Consent to such an act amounts to coercion under the Indian Contract Act and is questionable in nature. To Ammiraju v. Seshamma, the court decided that coercion can target any person, foreigners and also good detention, for example illegal.
3) "A" fraudulently informs "B" that the estate of "A" is exempt from charges. `B` then buys the property. .