Quiz on Consideration

1. Consideration can be in the form of forbearance.

2. .......................provides that A promise to keep an offer open for acceptance for a specified time shall not be invalid as a contract by reason only of the absence of any consideration therefor

3. The Ghanaian government contacted Zuleiha to develop a software to aid the government track persons with Covid-19. After she developed the software, the government promised to give her Ghc100,000 cedis, but later failed to do so. The Attorney General contended that she provided no consideration for the promise of payment. Decide the case

4. Ann is the owner of a piece of land at East Legon. She proposed to sell the land to Fati for Ghc 100, and Fati accepted this offer and paid the money. 20 years after the transaction, Ann's daughter claimed that the contract between Ann and Fati was invalid because the land was worth more than the Ghc 100. What is your judgement?

5. In which of the following cases was it held that for forbearance to be valid, the person forbearing must have had the right to do the act they are restraining from?

6. The principle in the case of ...........................................has been modified by .................. of the Contracts Act (Act 25)

7. In which of the following cases was it held that past consideration is no consideration?

8. Which of the following does not constitute consideration.

9. Section ............................ of Act 25 provides that "No promise shall be invalid as a contract by reason only that the consideration therefore is supplied by someone other than the promisee"

10. Consideration must be

Restart
Get Results