Neither in India nor in England was the legislator born to the point of explicitly enacting that betting is illegal, but it is clear that in both countries the legislator considers that it is not desirable in the public interest for the Court to provide assistance in the performance of obligations arising from betting or betting contracts.  The third most important feature of a betting contract is that the event may be uncertain, but it does not have to be a future event. Parties can bet on the qualities or attributes of existing things or on the outcome of events that have already happened, they know nothing about these things. The object of the bet is then the correctness of the judgments of each person and not the determination of the event.  This section represents the entire Betting Agreements or Contracts Act currently in force in India, supplemented in the State of Bombay by the Betting Avoidance (Amendments) Act 1865, which amended the Betting Avoidance Act 1848. Prior to the 1848 Act, the Betting Act in British India was the common law of England. An agreement to settle disputes arising from a normal purchase contract that was truly a game of chance is no less invalid than the initial betting transaction.  However, the law is different in the state of Maharashtra, where contracts that provide collateral in connection with betting transactions are prevented from supporting a lawsuit by the special provisions of the Bombay III Act of 1865, sections 1 and 2 of the Act: – Another element of the betting agreement is that each party to the agreement should win or lose depending on the outcome of the uncertain event. Section 2: “There shall be no legal action for the recovery of commissions, brokers or rewards in connection with the performance or performance knowingly or knowledge claimed or asserted in the performance or performance or otherwise or supported in connection with such agreements by games or bets or contracts as defined above, admissible. whether or not the plaintiff in such an action is a party to such an agreement or contract, or whether or not he or she is claiming a sum of money knowingly or payable or payable on behalf of persons in the amount of the commission, brokerage fee or reward in respect of such an agreement through games of chance or betting or contracts as set out above….