An agreement to restrict the marriage of persons who do not have minors is null and void. The law does not require everyone to marry. But if someone agrees not to marry at all, it is contrary to public order and therefore not abundant. In addition, an agreement in which a person agrees not to marry a particular person is also non-issue, as it is contrary to public order Some agreements or contracts are contrary to public order if they encourage the violation of the law of the land or the policy below an agreement or if they appear to degrade or violate the state or its citizens. The term “public policy” can also be characterized as what like-minded people will think of certain acts and laws. Some laws are deemed to be nullified because they fall under the category of public order. Public policy is such a coherent instrument, which does not require any government to take decisions against public policy. Public policies will carry with them a foreign element, which implies deceit and treason that justify legal consequences. By law, any agreement by which a person is deterred from practising a legal profession, commercial or commercial activity is null and void in this regard. For example, a loan from B, a lender, obtained and agreed with B that without B`s written agreement, he would not quit his job, borrow money, cede his property or change residence. It was found that the agreement was inconclusive. None of the parties can impose an agreement that opposes “public policies.” Public policy is the “politics of law.” Whether an agreement is contrary to public policy or not must be decided solely on the basis of general principles and not on the terms of a particular contract.

A paid a certain amount to B, an official who forced him to remove him from service, so that B`s vacant seat could be occupied by A. This agreement is non-concluding. Agreements that later constitute secret gains for agents may cancel the agreement because it is contrary to public policy. Two types of agreements are dealt with under this head. They are- It is an agreement in which, either part of them or third parties, receive some money, in exchange for marriage. Such agreements, which oppose public order, have no effect. Example: A, a purohit was promised to Rs.50 considering getting a second woman for B.