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Mission & Vision:

  • To be at par with leading legal advisors across the world.
  • To provide timely advice that is customer oriented and crafted to satisfy their utmost needs and demands.
  • To team up with the best professionals and strive to grow technologically and competitively.
  • To hold legal aid clinics and work at grass-root levels in order to propagate awareness about one’s rights guaranteed under the law.
  • To represent clients in courts of law and uphold the values of the judicial system.
  • To achieve success driven by continuous hard work and motivation.

Drafting of documents: 

In today’s competitive world, every one will require a drafted document for their respective business, institutions or personal contractual agreements. The wordings play a key role and CjLaw7 realizes the impact and significance of a legal document or contract. With several years of experience of drafting various deeds and agreements one can be assured that there is no scope for error.


The prime duty of a lawyer is to be a representative of the people. An advocate considers it his or her utmost responsibility to represent a client wherever or whenever required. Trust the team at Cjlaw7 to be an active representative for all your concerns. 

Consultations (6 PM to 10 PM - Mondays to fridays):

When it comes to sound legal advice coupled with a dedicated effort to ensure the most optimum results, look no further. CjLaw7 patiently listens to the problems faced by the client.  



Core Legal Services

  1. Banking & Insurance Laws
  2. Contract & Drafting/ Documentation
  3. Corporate/ Business Laws
  4. Cyber Forensics/ Laws
  5. Family Laws
  6. Intellectual Property Laws (IPR)
  7. Real Estate/ Property Laws


Factors to consider for a Contractual/ Negotiation


There are several aspects that need to be delved into while getting a contract framed by a lawyer. However, it needs to be understood that the parties to the contract should possess a clear intent of the final outcome of the agreement being entered into. This article will help those who are in dire need of establishing a contract within the purview of law. 

Kindly note it is always worthy to consult a lawyer at CjLaw7 for further clarifications regarding the basic tenets of a Contract mentioned below.

  1. Simple and Clear Language
  2. Ensure Authorized Negotiation
  3. Parties to the Contract should be properly mentioned and defined
  4. Clearly Defined Purpose for entering into the Contract
  5. Specifics as to Date of Tenure
  6. Specify The Commercials
  7. Termination Clause - Circumstances that terminate the Contract should be mentioned
  8. Breach of Contract and its Consequences
  9. Indemnification & Limitation of Liability
  10. Confidentiality Clause (Important to include)
  11. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Clause - If Required
  12. Scope for Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Mechanism


For more information please book a consultation. 

Basics of Indian Contractual laws

Edited by CJ

According to Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 a contract is (i) "An agreement Enforceable by law."

An agreement as per Section 2(e) means "a promise or a set of promises in exchange for a promise or a set of promises."

The ambiguity or vagueness of the term “promise” is erased by the Act itself in its Section 2(b) which defines the term “promise” here as: “when the person to whom the proposal is made signifies his assent thereto, the proposal is said to be accepted. Proposal when accepted, becomes a promise”.

Essentials of a Contract

  • Parties: Section 2( c ) Indian Contract Act, 1872 
  • The two parties are - 1) Promisor (Proposer or offeror) and 2) Promisee (Acceptor or offered) 
  • Consensus ad idem - There must be mutual consent of both the parties involved in the contract. 
  • Proposal - Section (a) of the Act states, “When one person signifies his willingness to do or to abstain from doing anything, with a view to obtaining his assent of that other to such act or abstinence, he is said to make a proposal.”
  • Consideration - Section 2(d) of the Act states, “When, at the desire of the promisor, the promisee or any other person has done or abstained from doing, or does or abstains from doing something, such act or abstinence or promise” is called Consideration. It should be lawful.
  • Competency - Section 11 of the Act deals with this clause and provides that parties to the contract must of capacity to contract. This means the party must of sound mind and majority age. Moreover, he or she must not be disqualified from contracting by any law to which they are subject.
  • Free Consent - Section 13 and 14 of the Act states, “Consent is said to be free when it is not caused by coercion, undue influence, fraud, misrepresentation and mistake.”
  • Lawful Object - As per Section 23 of the Indian Contract Act, “The consideration or object of an agreement is lawful unless- It is forbidden by law; or is fraudulent; or involves or implies injury to the person or property of another or the court regards it as immoral or opposed to public policy.”
  • Intention to create legal relationship (Right in Personam) - The intention of the parties must be to impose mutual obligations and confer mutual rights.
  • Conformity with  the Law - Contracts must be in conformity with the provisions of the Indian Contract Act.
  • Procedural requirements - It signifies writing, attestation and registration wherever necessary as provided by the concerned enactments.

About Us


Cyril Jacob, Founder (CEO) - CjLaw7

  • Cyril Jacob is a legal (Advocacy and Solicitation) & management consultant with several areas of specialization spanning different areas of law and management. He received his education in three countries namely Kuwait, India and England. He holds a bachelors in Law from University of Kerala and pursued his Masters in Commercial Law from Bristol Law School, England.

  • It is interesting to note that Cyril Jacob also possesses a diploma in Cyber Laws from Government Law College, Mumbai & Asian School of Cyber Laws, Pune, India.

  • Moreover, he holds an MBA ( HR & Marketing) from Kristu Jayanti College,Bangalore University.

  • Being an avid reader and writer, Cyril often spends his free time blogging and jotting down poetry and short stories. His favorite authors include PG Wodehouse, John Grisham, John Mortimer, Kahlil Gibran, Paulo Coelho, Ruskin Bond, Stephen King, James Patterson, Ramachandra Guha and Shashi Tharoor.


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Office - 072599 22250


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