An Agreement Without Consideration Is Valid When Made

According to section 2(d) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, „If, at the request of the promiser, the promising or any other person has done something, or abstains or abstains or abstains or promises to do something, such an act or abstinence or promised act is called in return for the promise“[3] An agreement cannot be entered into without consideration. For example, A agrees to sell his car for free to B….