It is clear from the foregoing that failure by either party to breach one of these conditions has nullified an agreement. These conditions are:- 5. Agreement that has not been added to the list of persons who have been particularly cancelled by the Indian Contracts Act by its sections 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 56; Impossibility from the outset, i.e. at the time of the contract. Agreements based on acts that cannot be carried out are nullified because the law does not recognize impossible acts. An act contract that becomes impossible after the contract is concluded or because of an event that the promisor could not prevent becomes invalid if the act becomes impossible or illegal. Empty agreements are agreements that are not enforced by the courts. Section 2 (g) of the Indian Contract Act defines an inconclusive agreement as “an agreement that is not legally applicable.” Therefore, in the event of an inconclusive agreement, there is no recourse to the contracting parties. As we know, contractual agreements are made to carry out certain obligations of interest to both parties. And to implement the same thing, the Indian Contract Act was developed so that different forms of contract could be legally recognized, so that the parties could appeal to the courts in the event of an infringement. Suppose there is a situation similar to that of the previous example.
This time, Bob is a minor and has nothing to drink. Bob being a minor, the contract is immediately cancelled. However, since he was not incompetent, the contract is valid. Bob has the option to keep or terminate the contract at any time. c) The promise was to do something in person, and the promisor dies or is handicapped by illness or misadventure. Such cases are generally seen in practice in practice. The contract must be fulfilled only by the seller and not by his representative or by a third party, as the performance of the contract is based on personal abilities or qualities. In such cases, the contract is cancelled if the patient or disability or even death. The only caveat is that the agreement should be reasonable depending on the nature of the transaction. This exception should only be to protect the interests of a goodie buyer. If this provision is not provided, the seller may write another transaction after the sale of his value, which will in fact attract all the customers of the buyer of the value.
 An example of non-agreement by uncertainty is a vaguely worded example: “X agrees to buy Y fruit.” If it is not possible to determine what type of fruit has been agreed or contemplated, the agreement is void. However, if Part Y is a grapefruit producer in the previous agreement, there is a clear indication of the type of fruit envisaged and X would remain suitable for purchase.