10. What are the contracts – All contracts are contracts if they are concluded by the free agreement of the parties in accordance with the treaty, for a legal consideration and for a legitimate purpose and are not expressly cancelled here. There is no such thing as a law in force in India and is not expressly repealed here, by which a contract must be entered into in writing or in the presence of witnesses or a law on the registration of documents. 10. What are the contracts – all contracts are contracts if they are concluded for legal restitution and for a legitimate purpose with the independent agreement of the parties responsible for the treaty and have therefore not been explicitly cancelled. Everything related to contracts, null contracts and null contracts does not affect any law in force in India, and therefore expressed, which requires a written law or in the presence of witnesses or a method of recording documents.