Contract that becomes void: a contract that was legal and enforceable at the time of its conclusion may subsequently be invalidated due to impossibility of performance, modification of the law or for other reasons. By its nullity, the treaty loses its legal value. This article aims to identify the difference between a contract and an agreement and how an agreement becomes a contract. The above conditions must be met to make an agreement legally enforceable. The contract becomes void if one of the aforementioned conditions is not met, except in the case of free consent where the contract becomes questionable instead of being annulled and if the party whose agreement was not free at the time of the conclusion of the contract has the discretion to continue or not the contract. This article was written by Anjali Dhingra, IInd Jahr Student, B.B.A. LL.B, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA. In this article, the author discusses the contract and agreements and the difference between the two. The article also discusses agreements that are contracts and what is not. The Indian Contract Act of 1872 can be interpreted as covering all kinds of possible agreements and contracts. However, in some cases, whether or not an agreement is a contract depends on the facts and circumstances. In short, all legally enforceable agreements become contracts.
It follows that there may be agreements that are not contracts, but that there can be contracts that are not agreements. Contracts and agreements are linked in so many important ways. Treaties mean agreement on certain issues, whether or not they are national or international aspects of agreements. More broadly, the contract  is an agreement between two or more competent parties in which an offer is made and accepted and each party benefits from it. The agreement can be formally, informal, written, oral or simply clearly understandable. Some contracts must be in writing to be enforced. Examples of a contract are a lease, a debt certificate or a lease.  According to the jurist Sir John William Salmond, a contract is “an agreement that creates and defines obligations between two or more parties” The concept of countervailable contracts: there are certain agreements that are enforceable by one party, but not at the choice of other parties. . . .