Sections 68 to 72
Section 69 only
Section 71 only
None of these.
Certain relations of quasi-contractual obligations.
Certain relations resembling those created by contract.
Obligations in the absence of actual contract.
There is no real contract in existence.
There is no offer and acceptance.
There is no intention to make a contract.
All of these.
True,as quasi-contractual obligations have been specifically made enforceable.
False,as an agreement which lacks essential elements is void and unenforceable.
True,are there is no contract in existence.
False,as it is included in the definition of contract under the Indian Contract Act.
A legal obligation
A contingent contract.
Is bound to return the goods under quasi- contractual obligations.
Is not bound to return the goods as there is no agreement between the two.
Can use the goods as his own and can also claim compensation from A.
Is under obligation to make a fresh contract with A for the use of these goods.
Yes, on the basis of quasi contract
No, as there is no agreement and A cannot get the benefit of his own mistake.
Existence of a valid contract between the parties.
Existence of a voidable contract between the parties
Prevention of unjust enrichment at the expense of others.
Provisions contained in Section 10 of the Contract Act.
True, an intention is the basis of every enforceable contract.
False, as this relation is imposed upon the parties by the law.
True, as Section 68 to 72 deal with certain relations resembling those created by contract.
False, as the situations of quasi contracts cannot be specified. It is for the courts to allow such relations keeping in view the circumstances of the case.
Liability of a finder of goods.
Compensation for non-gratuitous acts
Recovery of payments made by interested persons.
All of the above.
Supplies necessaries to an incompetent person.
Makes payment of money or delivery of goods or under coercion.
Both of these.
None of these.
Incompetent person personally
Parents of incompetent person
Property of incompetent person
Funds with the state government
B is personally liable to pay
B's property is liable
B's parents are personally liable
If B's property is not sufficient to reimburse, than he is personally liable.
True, as Section 69 allows the reimbursement in such circumstances.
False, as reimbursement in no case is possible without a valid contract.