The specific provision of the Indian Contract Act, at issue in the present case, sets out in detail the objectives which might make it unlawful and not in conformity with the conclusion of a contract. These provisions are clear and detailed and have been commented on over the years by judicial experts in several precedents. However, the “against public order” segment always creates a field of ambiguity as to whether or not a contract is unlawful. As mentioned in a few cases, public order is generally interpreted as an interest in the public good; However, its definition evolves according to the circumstances. Consequently, the interpretation of that provision is not uniform and concrete. It must be determined on the basis of the situation, which is sometimes largely based on opinions. .