In this section, it is said that any ambiguous or ambiguous agreement whose meaning cannot be certain must be considered inconclusive. For example, if A enters into an agreement with B, where he says that a certain amount of wheat delivers to his place of business. one party`s contract on incorrect terms and the other party is aware of the error The terms „null“ and „no,“ contracts are often used interchangeably, but are of a totally different nature. While a non-contract contract is totally unenforceable by law, a cancelled contract is a valid contract. However, the terms of a cancelled contract provide that one or both parties entering into the contract have the option of cancelling the contract at any time. A contract may be considered inconclusive if the contract is not enforceable, as originally written. In such cases, unsigned contracts (also known as „non-compliance agreements“) are agreements that are either unlawful or contrary to law or public order. Under the Statute of Limitations, any infringement action should be brought within 3 years from the date of the offence. In this section, it is stated that if the consideration or objective of the contract is totally or partially illegal, the agreement must be considered inconclusive. The working philosophy underlying this section is that if the illegal clause can be dissociated from the contract, then the whole contract is not considered invalid, but only the illegal part is considered invalid and the rest of the contract is considered valid, but if the illegal clause cannot be dissociated from the legal part , then the entire contract is considered illegal.  In Section 2 (g) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, a nully agreement is defined as an agreement that is not legally applicable, i.e. such agreements cannot be challenged in court.
Such an agreement has no legal consequences and therefore does not confer any rights on the parties concerned. A non-consensual contract is void from the date, it is established and can never be converted into a contract. This section specifies that any contract entered into for the performance of an impossible activity is considered an unsigned contract. Moreover, the law stipulates that if, if the contract was entered, the objective of the agreement was not impossible, but with the time allotted the objective became impossible, then the execution of the contract is not necessary.