A contract can be unloaded by the delivery, which terminates the agreement. If a party offers to satisfy, this offer is called offer. If one party does not fulfill the terms of the contract and the other party does not accept it, the contract may be discharged by the benefit. If the offer is an offer to pay for an order, the offer must be considered legal tender, such as cash, cheque or bank transfer. If there is no instrument that can be considered an obligation, it is very difficult to prove the performance of an act, because the obligation itself cannot be performed physically. But the handing over or deletion of evidence documents can also prevent proof of commitment or obtain evidence of a reciprocal recession in these latter cases. In requesting such a discharge, the defendant must argue exactly the same things that a plaintiff who complains of a contract must assert, except that he must prove an infringement. The defendant has no recourse and is therefore not obliged to prove the existence of an ancillary obligation. It only has to show the agreement, which shows that it implies a recession of previous commitment. No technical language is required. The facts must be told so that the court can determine whether or not there was an agreement and under what conditions it was concluded. Another example of compliance and satisfaction is the case of Capurchand Godha v Mir Nawab Himayatalikhan Azamjah, the complainant, although initially protected to the acceptance of the new agreement later stated the willingness to accept the amount sent, if the complete satisfaction of his application and the discharge of the change of sola. It was decided by the Supreme Court of India that this circumstance was fully covered by Section 63 of the Contracts Act.
5. Renunciation: waiver means «renouncement» of rights. If a party waives or renounces its rights, the contract is exempt. In this regard, both parties agree that they are no longer bound by a contract. It is a matter of exempting the parties from their contractual obligations. 2. Recession (section.62): The recession of a contract occurs when all contract terms are terminated. It may occur: (a) by mutual agreement between the parties (or) b) when a party does not fulfil its obligations. In such a case, the other party may re-send the contract without claiming damages in the event of an infringement. In the event of a recession, only the old contract is terminated and there is no new contract in its place.
In both innovation and recession, the treaty is concluded by mutual agreement.