With respect to the definition of public order and what is within its scope and scope, Lord Atkin stated in the case of Fender v. John Mildayopined that public policy is vague and unsatisfactory, which causes errors and uncertainty while deciding its application. According to him, the term, in the most common sense, includes actions that are best for the common good. In his view, while applying the doctrine of a treaty “against public order”; Concentration on the adverse effects of the treaty is not the only important thing. Harmful trends must also be properly taken into account, as the soil is less safe and insidious. This analysis of him was also taken as the basis for some Indian precedents, including the Gherulal Parekh case. Unlike an illegal agreement, an agreement in vain can be defined as an agreement that is not legally binding. Such agreements do not apply in the eyes of the law because they do not bind the parties to rights or obligations. No transaction related to a no agreement is considered valid and effective. Agreements can be cancelled at the outset, i.e.
cancelled from the outset; or may be invalidated at a later date after losing their enforcement power as a result of an act committed during the duration of the performance. Illegal agreements are illegal from the start and are punishable in the eyes of the law. All contracts throughout India are subject to the Indian Contracts Act of 1872. This specific legislation deals with the different types of treaties and the enumeration of the essential bases that are fundamental to the formulation of valid and opposable treaties. The law also establishes different definitions that find their place in the legal jargon of contracts. In addition, the law also specifies which purposes and considerations are lawful and what is not. A restriction of a person`s liberty in the conclusion of contracts is instituted, subject to public policy and other contingencies mentioned in the provision. As has already been said, the term “object” also becomes appropriate under the part of this section, which means the “purpose” of a contract.