Section 183 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 states that anyone who is healthy and a major can employ an agent. Therefore, since the agreement of a minor is annigable of the Initio, a minor cannot employ an agent to work on his behalf. Since acts ratified after ratification benefit from the validity of a previously ratified act, it is important to ensure that the law can be approved in law. 8) No insolvency: due to the inability of the minor to pay debts and taxes on the minor`s personal property, he is not personally responsible, which makes him insolvent if the minor has fulfilled his obligation: in a contract, a person under the age of 18 cannot become a promisor, but can promise. If the party has not fulfilled its obligations, but the minor then the minor has the minor can enforce the contract as a promise. From the outset, a minor`s contract was not concluded because he does not have the vision, knowledge and skills to enter into a legally binding contract. Unless necessary, learned and guardianship agreement, the consent of minors is a dead letter and has no influence on the parties. A minor may be admitted to the benefits of the contract, but cannot bear any debts. Since an agreement becomes compliant with the contract only with the free consent of the parties concerned, which is legally applicable, an agreement with the “incompetent” minor becomes denied or invalidated. Sections 10 and 11 of the Indian Contract Act show that a person who, because of his childhood, is unable to enter into a contract within the meaning of the Indian Contract Act. Therefore, the agreement of a minor is null and void from the outset and cannot be applied by any of the contracting parties. Although a minor is not required to repay benefits received under an inconclusive contract, section 33 of the Specific Relief Act of 1963 provides for the payment of compensation by a minor, whether the minor is the plaintiff or the defendant, when an act is cancelled and the benefit is traceable. The situation is as follows: it is now well established that there is no such estoppel against the minor, even if he acted fraudulently.
The minor is not against a law that has cancelled a minor`s contract. A person under the age of majority is a minor. A person reaches the age of majority when he reaches the age of 18 under normal conditions. However, when a child has been cared for by a court-appointed guardian, the majority is 21 years old. Children raised in orphanages, for example, are 21 years old to be your majority.  In such cases, the majority is not born until the age of 21, even if the guardian dies or no longer acts. On the basis of the above facts, it can be concluded that a minor`s contract is void if a contract is entered into with the minor because a minor cannot constitute an intellectual capacity to enter into a contract. In addition to the nullity of the consent of minors, there are some exceptions to the general rule. Therefore, it concludes that a minor`s agreement is considered null and fore from the outset as null and foreur, since the miners are not in a position to form an intellectual intention to enter into a contract and the miners are also not in a position to draw the consequences of the contract. In a contract, a minor may be a promise, but not a prosecutor, and if he has fulfilled his part of the promise, he can enforce the commitment to another party. Section 11 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, shows that a person who is able to do so once he or she reaches the age of majority.