Courts have long had problems with charitable commitments. Recognizing the need for these commitments for charities, the courts have also recognized that a simple commitment to the general means of a hospital, university or similar institution is not, as a general rule, an essential measure, but merely a promise without consideration. If the directive encourages a non-profit organization to act, sola change-Estoppel is available as a remedy. In nearly a quarter of states, another doctrine is available for cases where they are mere promises: the theory of „mutual promises,“ in which the commitments of many individuals are binding on each other and on each other. This theory was not accessible to the complainant to Timko, as his only commitment was. English law allows enforceable sealed contracts without consideration. A contract under the seal refers to a written contract „signed, sealed and delivered.“ In the words of Anson of English law recognizes only two types of contract, the treaty by The Act is, except seal that is called an act or specialty, and mere conflict. It is well established in English law and in the Indian Contract Act that consideration is essential for an enforceable contract. It is an act or abstinence by the promised or another person, at the request of the promisor. The reflection may have passed, future or executor. In accordance with the Indian Contract Act of 1872, the definition of consideration in section 2 d), reflection may be made by „the promisor or any other person“ as long as it is done „at the request of the promisor.“ Thus, if the promiseor has no objection, the consideration of a promise or another person may differ from that of another person. There are some cases where contracts are enforceable without consideration.

Section 185 expressly states that there is no need to consider the creation of an agency contract. Therefore, when a person is appointed as an agent, his appointment agreement is valid without consideration. An agent receives the commission as compensation, but no consideration is required at the time of the appointment agreement. The inadequacy of the consideration is a fact that the court should take into account when considering whether A`s consent has been issued or not. Restoration allows, in certain circumstances, to enforce contracts on previous considerations. Section 86, „Promises of Benefits Received,“ states that contract law defines „consideration“ as an answer to the question „How do you benefit from the assignment?“ Both parties must take into account the fact that the agreement is legally binding.