What are Void Agreements?
Agreements are instruments wherein two or more parties agree over something or to do some work or to sell or purchase a property. The essential requirement of an agreement is the presence of valid consideration and objects.
Indian contract Act, 1872 deals with agreements. Void Agreements are those which cannot be enforced in any court of law. If the consideration or even a part of consideration or object is unlawful such agreements are deemed to be void agreements. Neither of the party to the agreement can seek any remedy for violation of such agreements in any court of law. The court declares such agreements as void.