Answer to Question #116530 in British Law for Mariyam

Question #116530
Under certain special conditions, obligations resembling those created by a contract are imposed by law although the parties have never entered into a contract, in view of the provisions of the Contract Act, 1872 describe the conditions which must be fulfilled for claiming the amount in each of the following cases:
1) Baqir supplied a jacket to Sultan in order to save him from cold weather, Sultan who was a minor agreed to pay Rs, 2000 for the jacket although its market price was Rs, 1500. What amount he can charge and from whom?
2) Rohit, a.tenat, who paid the electricity bill of Shoukat without being asked, is now demanding payment from Shoukat. Can Rohit claim the money or not? Justify with reason.
3) Sami, a coolie picked up the goods purchased by Nadia from the supermarket and look them to her car. Nadia did not object to it. Sami demanded service charges from Nadia. Will Nadia pay or not? Justify, also mention the kind offer/contract
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