5. Hans Wehberg, Pacta Sunt Servanda, The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 53, No. 4 (Oct., 1959), 775.; Trans-Lex.org principle of treaty sanctity These agreements are null and forth, based on one of the aforementioned themes. There is no liability for non-performance of the contract and, therefore, the terms of the contract are not binding on any of the parties. “All contracts are agreements, but not all agreements are contracts.” This statement can be understood from the Venn diagram above. The agreements, which are enforceable under the law of the country, become contracts designated by the inner circle. The outer circle refers to agreements that are not contracts. The shady part includes agreements that are not enforceable by law and are referred to as non-legal agreements. A case Jones v/s Paday Si `A` dinner invitation to `B` and `B` accept this, but does not go to dinner and then `A` suffers damage afterwards. But `A` cannot sue `B`, because it is the social arrangement that is not enforceable by law. The concept of empty contracts: there are certain agreements that can be implemented by one party, but not on the option of other parties. It is up to that party to decide whether it agrees to apply the treaty or to render it unenforceable, i.e.
to cancel it. Cancellation agreements are therefore both valid and void. The points-to-points circle of non-negotiable agreements indicates that they can be classified as nullity or valid depending on the parties to the assessment and therefore cover the scope of valid and invalid agreements. In Edmonds/Lawson 11, the concept of legal relations was reconsidered and a lawyer stated that her students were a contract. However, the Court of Appeal found that it was an educational agreement rather than a trade agreement, so there was no contract. A case LALMAN V/S GAURI DATT-1913: The nephew of the accused escaped from his home. The complainant, who was the accused servant, was sent to search for the missing boy. After the complainant went in search of the boy, the accused issued flyers that announced a reward of Rs. 501.00 to anyone who could discover him as a boy.