It is the agreements that completely or partially prohibit a contracting party from asserting its rights to a contract are null and void in this regard. Agreements that infringe on marital obligations are contrary to public policy and are non-agreeable. Any trade in enemies is contrary to public order. It is therefore illegal and not aeig. However, if a contract is concluded during the peace period and a war subsequently breaks out, one of the two things can lead to the suspension of the treaty or termination, depending on the intention of the parties. Unlike public policy, agreements that restrict the individual freedom of the parties are non-agreeable. if two companies are considering creating software that violates privacy (but there is no law as such) and it has a government notification against the same it would run on fraud in government? Or is it simply because of the issue of data protection from public order, what is the main concern in this scenario? If, in an agreement, the counterparty commits a crime, the agreement is contrary to public order and is non-aeig. Similarly, an agreement to compensate a person for the consequences of his or her criminal act is not applicable if it is contrary to public policy. In simple terms, pubic policy refers to the policy of the government for the good of society, It can also be said that if an agreement against a developed interest of society or morals of the time, it can be said that against public order and the agreement will be considered invalid. It was held that an agreement could not be applied if it was contrary to the public interest [ii] or contrary to general legal policy. In the case of P.
Rathinam v. Union of Idnia[iv], the Supreme Court held that the concept of public order is open to change and enlargement example: Shaikh Kalu (vs) Ram Saran Bhagat (1909): Facts: By 30 crest manufacturers in the city of Patna, 29 agreed to deliver with “R” to deliver it and also agreed not to provide anyone else with their production. Under the agreement, “R” was free to refuse the goods if they could not find a deal. Stop: the agreement has been limited to trade and is therefore in und arreer.11 Marital mediation: as a public policy, marriage must take place with the free choice of parties and cannot be disrupted by third parties acting as brokers.