The seriousness of the illegality plays a role, with the knowledge of the parties when the contract was concluded. However, a contract that requires only legal benefit. B of each game, such as the sale of decks of cards to a known player in which gambling is illegal, is applicable. However, a contract directly related to the gambling law itself, such as the repayment of gambling debts (see the case close), does not meet legal standards of applicability. Therefore, an employment contract between a blackjack dealer and a talkeasy manager is an example of an illegal agreement, and the worker is not validly entitled to his wages if gambling is illegitimate under that jurisdiction. In addition to Section 23, Section 24 also mentions illegal contracts under the Indian Contracts Act. Under this provision, contracts with considerations or objects, some of which are illegal, are considered illegal. In addition, one or more considerations are illegal for a single purpose of the contract; such an agreement is considered nulligie in the eyes of the law. The agreement was illegal and the period of arrest and imprisonment was the main objective of the agreement. This was a serious illegality: it was a conspiracy to rip off an insurance company.
The applicant was not allowed to recover the agreed amount. The consequences of illegality include the possibilities of: The David Taylor case – Son v Barnett Trading Co  provides us with an example of a contract considered illegal at the time of its creation. In this case, Barnett Trading agreed to sell David Taylor Irish Steak for delivery between April and July at a specified price. At the time of the contract, a contract prevented the purchase or sale of meat at a certain price (exceeded by the contract) was in effect. When Barnett Trading did not deliver, Mr. Taylor sought damages. At trial, the arbitrators ordered Barnett Trading to pay Mr. Taylor compensation for non-delivery. During the appeal process, the Court of Appeal found that the contract was illegal at the time of its establishment, since the prices set had exceeded legal limits, and therefore quashed the award on the basis of an illegal contract.