Section 33 provides for the application of contracts that are subject to the absence of an event. Such a treaty can be applied if what happens becomes impossible, and not before. For example, is necessary because the contract is based on the differences expected of each party. Each party can use its differences by betting for both parties to win.  However, contingency contracts do not increase the inclusive value, but affect the distribution value.  Emergency contracts can create value by ensuring that each party to the negotiations no longer argues over their different beliefs. Both parties will be better off because they are all convinced in their convictions, ideas or projections.  8. If the contingency is that an event or event does not occur. If the eventuality is met, the contract becomes enforceable.
It is provided for in paragraphs 32 to 35 of the Act. § 36 regulates the possible agreement that is not possible. What is called in this area «contingent contract» is known by English law as a «conditional contract». For a possible contract, there is a particular event that must be accomplished. The duration of these contracts is safe and depends on the arrival or non-entry of a future event. The contract provided that all interest in the seller`s property and the recurrence would be transferred, i.e. a single indivisible contract, subject to the sanction of the Tribunal. Consequently, the parties took into account the fact that the transfer of any interest was subject to the grant of the sanction of the Court of Justice, so that the seller`s requirement to transfer his own title was also subject to the sanction of the General Court, unless the agreement changed. For example, money depends on finding a well-paid job.
If the eventuality stipulated in the eventual contract is satisfied, the eventual contract becomes enforceable. Figure: X promises to pay Y, r. 10,000 when Y leaves Delhi for London on March 31, 2019. It is a possible contract. Going to London may be in Y`s will, but it`s not just his will. The contingent undertakes to do something or to abstain in the event of an uncertain future event. However, the contract cannot be enforced by law unless the event takes place. If the event becomes impossible, such contracts become ineffective. [Section 32] In case of nullity of the contract, everything that is given by the parties as an advance must be returned to the legitimate party.
This is called restitution….