In this section, it is stated that any agreement that interferes with another person`s married life should be avoided as an agreement. This deference may be partial or general, a party may deter marriage for a certain period of time, or marriage or a particular person, or marriage in general, or may stick to it. An agreement that was cancelled from the start must be ab-initio. To be valid, the contract must contain all the elements listed in the Indian Contracts Act of 1872, Section 10. The Ab-initio agreements have violated the Indian Contracts Act from the beginning and are not valid. Examples of an agreement that would never be valid are those that: the court considered the agreement inconclusive and stated that deference, as stated in this section, does not always imply absolute withholding, but also involves a partial limitation of a restriction limited to a single place. Agreements that do not currently exist but are concluded are also legally undying, unless all points of the agreement are actually agreed. For example, if X agrees to purchase Y grapefruit at a market value price on Date C, the market value can be determined on Date C. However, an agreement for X to buy some kind of Y fruit at a price to be determined at one time or another would be both uncertain and complete in the future and therefore invalid. Under Section 2 (d) of the Indian Contracts Act, the agreement that is not applicable in court is not applicable.” A non-faith agreement is defined in Section 2 (g) of the Indian Contract Act, which stipulates in court that it is terminated as a valid contract. “Is done” is not considered equivalent to “will be expressed to be done.” So if an agreement contains no indication of love and affection, then the court will check the evidence in court to verify the same whether the provision was made of love and affection or not. Today, over time, some treaties are considered immoral and contrary to public policy, under which they are considered non-contractual treaties.