A land purchase contract concluded with a party to the dispute and entering into force; if he wins the case, it is a possible contract whose performance depends entirely on the outcome of the dispute. “A potential contract is a contract to do something or not to do it when an event, a guarantee of such a contract, occurs or does not occur.” Example – X promises to pay Y Rs 10,000 when the sun rises in the west the next morning. This contract is not conclusive because it is not practical for the event. “If the event becomes impossible, these contracts will be cancelled.” It was found that this was a conditional contract and that, due to the failure of the case, there was no contract that could be led to the idea of an implementing decree. The situation would be different if the goods have already been delivered and the only thing in the contract is that the buyer must pay if he is able to pay.

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