10. What are the contracts – All contracts are contracts if they are concluded by the free agreement of the parties in accordance with the treaty, for a legal consideration and for a legitimate purpose and are not expressly cancelled here. Anything related to it does not affect any law in force and explicitly involved in India, by which a contract must be concluded in writing or in the presence of witnesses or through a law relating to the registration of documents. 10. What are the contracts – all contracts if they were concluded by the independent agreement of the parties responsible for the contract and for a legitimate purpose and were not expressly cancelled. There is nothing in the case of contracts, property contracts and lawless agreements, any law in force in India, and expressly repealed here, by which any contract must be written or in the presence of witnesses, or a law on the registration of documents.