According to section 10 of the Indian Contracts Act of 1872, an agreement is a legally enforceable contract. An agreement is legally enforceable and can be defined as a valid contract if it is concluded by the competent parties from their free consent and against legal purposes and consideration. In simple terms, a contract is an agreement between two or more parties who intend to create a legal relationship in which one makes the proposal while the other accepts the proposal or offer and thus becomes a promise. This acceptance must be safe and non-vague and free from undue influence, violence or misrepresentation. Both parties must be tall and healthy and must not be declared disqualified by any law currently in force in India. Section 23 of the Indian Contract Act 1872 requires that the object and consideration be lawful. It must be safe, definitive and unsthent and so powerful. A contract can be concluded by spoken or written words. In India, usually when there is a legal need for contracts, e.B. agreements on mortgages, sale, leasing, etc., to be concluded in writing, certified by witnesses, signed by the parties and registered by the parties to make this agreement enforceable.
In 2015, an initiative called “Digital India” was launched by Narendra D. Modi, the current Prime Minister of India. This campaign was launched to ensure that state government services are available electronically to the citizens of our country, which will lead to the improvement of online infrastructure and internet connectivity in our country. Digital India`s initiative aims to connect rural areas to high-speed internet networks and consists of three components such as digital infrastructure creation, digital service delivery and digital literacy.