In order to avoid entering into a contractual agreement, the letter of offer should contain a statement that employment is done after being paid (except in Montana; see the Unlawful Dismissal of Employment Act for restrictions). Employment at will is a doctrine that means that the employment relationship can be interrupted by the employer or worker at any time and for no reason or reason. With the introduction of the contractual language, the employment relationship is denied as it pleases. Eliminating employment-related formulations for a certain period of time or promising future income or bonuses is a consistent way to keep employers out of jurisdiction. In the past, employment contracts were reserved for managers; However, efforts to recruit and retain specialized professionals and technicians have necessitized the use of the letter of offer at other levels. Scenario 2: A letter of offer was written after a candidate accepted an oral job offer. The letter confirmed a pleasant annual salary amount for the candidate who then signed this letter and returned it to the employer. Six months after work, the employer felt that the worker was not well and decided to bind the employee. Employment was based on goodwill; Such a statement did not, however, exist in the letter of offer. In addition, the letter mentioned only the annual salary, which implied that employment was guaranteed for one year. As a result, the employer was unable to cancel it due to the implied length of employment, unless the employer decided to pay the remainder of the annual salary. This employer no longer adds annual salary amounts to its letters of offer, but indicates the payment on an hourly, weekly or monthly basis. These agreements can be entered into under the Indian Contract Act of 1872.
Section 10 of the Indian Contract Act provides that agreements are considered contracts if they are entered into with the free consent of the parties.  However, section 23 of the same Act provides that a contract may be null and void if it is contrary to the law or contrary to public order.  The courts will not impose any requirement for a person to perform all housework or for children to be educated in a particular religion.  In recent years, some couples have included in their marriage contracts provisions on social media that set out rules that can be posted on social media during marriage and in the event of marriage dissolution.  In India, marriage contracts are very rare and have no laws in force. However, with rising divorce rates, people are showing a growing interest in them.