Free Consent as “Two or more persons are said to consent when they agree upon the same thing in the same sense.” An agreement is valid only when it is the result of the free consent of all the parties to it.An agreement is said to be valid only when it is the result of the “Free Consent” of all the parties to it.
In order that a valid contract may be made, an agreement should reflect the real intention of the parties. But in many cases the apparent agreement may not, in fact, be the real agreement between the parties.
- Technetium – a chemical element
- Report on Amendments of Bangladesh Constitution and Their Impact in Legal History
- A Visit To A Historical Place/Building (Imam Reza Shrine, Iran)
- Advertisement – Merits and Demerits
- Letter to a friend telling him how you like the new allocation
- Request Letter for Fee Concession by Father