The California Court of Appeals for the Third District refused to execute an agreement on the payment of debt notes used to acquire the organization of the drugs and similar products. Although the items sold were not in fact illegal, the court refused to comply with the agreement on public policy grounds. Under the Contracts Act, one of the main reasons for the validity of a contract is objectivity and consideration. The contract is based on the "object" that provides the main purpose of the formation of the contract between the parties. It is therefore very important that a contract be valid and applicable so that it is legal and not rejected in any way by law. Even if the recital, which is an important part of a treaty, is again very important that the consideration agreed between the parties is legal and not illegal. Any agreement whose purpose and consideration are contrary to a law and which contravenes the provisions of a law is then considered illegal or null and void. An illegal contract can affect any type of agreement or transaction. The concept of public order in the broadest sense implies a restriction on the freedom of persons to do something in the best interests or for the good of the Community. Under india`s Contracts Act, it limits contractual freedom in certain areas that undermine public order. An agreement is a non-endorsement if the law considers it in opposition to public order. The law of the contracts depends on the content of the contract. Suppose, for example, that there was an employment contract for a poker dealer in a state where gambling is illegal.
The contract would be illegal because it requires that employee to do illegal activities, in this case gambling. For example, ownership of the property may have been passed under the contract. On closer inspection of our example of drug parapherne, a drug user can legally purchase equipment and items that could be used to take drugs. However, if the seller has a contract to help the drug user set up a drug-use device, the contract becomes illegal. Any agreement involving or involving a violation of persons or other property is considered illegal and therefore not a sidekick. Prostitution in India is considered legal under the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act of 1956, but the treatment of prostitutes has always been considered immoral and considered. This means that any type of agreement reached by a party with a prostitute to provide him with property to help him in his profession is considered illegal, as it is immoral and the price to be paid becomes irremediable. Pearce v.
Brookes stated that the money obtained by selling an item to a prostitute on credit or the rent to be obtained by providing rental-purchase items intended to be supported in his profession could not be recovered because the agreement is immoral and therefore illegal. But with the change of time and social norms came a time when the courts no longer felt the need to limit the scope of immoral contracts to sexual immorality. In doing so, the Delhi Supreme Court issued a ruling that broadened the scope of immoral treaties by taking into account agreements that deprive the parties of interest.