Direction: In this section every question is appended with facts and principles, and multiple-choice answers. You are required to read the facts carefully, then read the principles, apply the principles to the given facts and make a select one the option which is the most appropriate answer from the given choices.
Principles:The object of an agreement is lawful unless it is forbidden by law; is of such a nature that, if permitted, it would defeat the provisions of any law; is fraudulent; involves or implied injury to the person or property of another person; the court regards it as immoral; it is opposed to public policy.
 Facts: A was arrested by the police for committing an offence and was subsequently granted bail by the Court. One of the conditions imposed by the Court for granting bail was that A arrange for a surety for Rs. 50,000. A approached B to be a surety. B agreed, but insisted that they enter into a contract whereby A would deposit Rs. 50,000 into B’s account, which would be returned to A by B after the case was over.
  • a)
    The contract would be void since its effect is to defeat the provisions of the Cr. P. C.
  • b)
    The contract would be void because A cannot enter into a contract when a criminal case is going on against him
  • c)
    The contract would be void because the Court is not a party to it
  • d)
    The contract would be valid
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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