Welcome to the official blog of the Law Offices of Kr. Vivek Tanwar Advocate and Associates, where we are dedicated to providing litigation support services for matters related to business. In today’s blog post, we aim to shed light on the prevailing issues surrounding commercial laws, the legal framework in place for their protection, and the steps we can take as a society to combat these acts. Join us as we explore this critical subject and empower you with the knowledge to protect your rights and safety.

What Is Business Laws?

Business law, also known as commercial law or corporate law, is a branch of law that deals with the legal aspects of business and commercial transactions. It encompasses a wide range of legal rules and regulations that govern various aspects of business activities, including contracts, transactions, intellectual property, employment, finance, taxation, and more. The primary goal of business law is to provide a legal framework that promotes fair and ethical business practices while protecting the rights and interests of all parties involved. It ensures that businesses operate within the boundaries of the law and helps resolve disputes and conflicts that may arise in the course of business transactions.

What Is Free Consent In Business Laws?

In business law, free consent refers to the voluntary and uncoerced agreement or acceptance of the terms of a contract by all parties involved. It is a fundamental principle in contract law that ensures the validity and enforceability of a contract.

Here are some key elements related to free consent in business law:

  1. Absence of coercion: There should be no physical or mental pressure exerted on any party to enter into the contract. Coercion refers to the use of force, threats, or other forms of intimidation to induce someone to agree to a contract.
  2. Absence of undue influence: Undue influence arises when one party takes advantage of a position of power or trust to unfairly influence the decision-making of another party. For example, if a person of authority uses their position to manipulate another party into signing a contract, it may be considered undue influence.
  3. Absence of fraud: Fraud involves intentionally misrepresenting facts or making false statements to deceive another party into agreeing to a contract. If a party enters into a contract based on fraudulent information or representations, their consent is not considered free.
  4. Absence of misrepresentation: Misrepresentation occurs when a party makes a false statement or conceals important information that influences the other party’s decision to enter into the contract. If a party is misled by such false statements or omissions, their consent is not considered free.
  5. Absence of mistake: A contract can be invalidated if there is a mutual mistake, where both parties are mistaken about a fundamental aspect of the contract. Similarly, a contract can be invalidated due to a unilateral mistake if one party was mistaken and the other party was aware of the mistake but took advantage of it.

If the consent of any party is affected by any of the above factors, the contract may be voidable, meaning the affected party has the option to avoid the contract and seek legal remedies. Free consent ensures fairness, integrity, and the protection of the rights of the parties involved in a contract.


In business law, free consent refers to the voluntary and uncoerced agreement between parties entering into a contract. It is a fundamental principle that ensures the validity and enforceability of contractual agreements. Free consent means that the parties involved in the contract have willingly and knowingly agreed to the terms and conditions without any form of duress, fraud, misrepresentation, undue influence, or mistake. To ensure free consent, business laws often require certain safeguards such as disclosure of material information, the absence of undue influence, the absence of misrepresentation, and voluntary acceptance of terms. These safeguards protect parties from entering into contracts against their will or without a proper understanding of the terms, thus upholding the principle of free consent in business transactions.

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Written by: Adv. Priyanka Goel (D/945/2020) .

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