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Business Laws [Useful for Bocom, (H), M.Com, BBA, MBA, CS, LLB, and Other Professional Studies]

Business Laws [Useful for Bocom, (H), M.Com, BBA, MBA, CS, LLB, and Other Professional Studies]

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  • Author(s): Sunaina Kanojia, J.P. Sharma
  • Brand: Bharat Law House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 13 9789351396406
  • Approx. Pages 704 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
The aim of this book is to state business laws in a manner which is simple, readable, accurate and up-to-date for the benefit of commerce students of Delhi University. Nevertheless, the book would be of immense use to the students of other universities, professional bodies like ICSI, ICAI, ICWA, ELI, legal practitioners, chartered accountants, company secretaries, cost accountants, law officers, and all those interested in the study of business and commercial laws in the country. To ensure clarity and easy understanding of the subject, each concept has been supported by judicial interpretations and case laws, at appropriate places. A good law textbook should make its reader wish to study the law and it is our hope that this book serves that purpose. Like many other law text books, the focal point of this book is not on explaining business laws but r helping students to understand why the law is so?
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Contents
Indian Contract Act, 1872
Chapter 1    Nature and Type of Contracts
Chapter 2    Offer and Acceptance
Chapter 3    Consideration
Chapter 4    Capacity to Contract
Chapter 5    Free Consent
Chapter 6    Legality of Consideration and Object
Chapter 7    Void Agreements
Chapter 8    Quasi-Contracts
Chapter 9    Discharge of Contract
Chapter 10  Remedies for Breach of Contract
Chapter 11   Indemnity and Guarantee
Sale of Goods Act, 1930
Chapter 12  Bailment and Pledge
Chapter 13  Contract of Agency
Chapter 14  Nature of Contract of Sale
Chapter 15  Conditions and Warranty
Chapter 16  Transfer of Ownership
Chapter 17  Performance of a Contract of Sale
Chapter 18  Rights of Unpaid Seller
Chapter 19  Auction Sale
Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
Chapter 20  History of LLP
Chapter 21  LLP and its Incorporation
Chapter 22  Partner's Relations, Liability and Contribution
Chapter 23  Financial Disclosures and Assignment of Rights
Chapter 24  Investigation
Chapter 25  Conversion to LLP
Chapter 26  Foreign Limited Partnership (Including rules on Foreign LLP)
Chapter 27  Compromise, Arrangement or Reconstruction of LLP
Chapter 28  Winding Up and Dissolution (Including Rules)
Chapter 29  Taxation LLP
Chapter 30  Miscellaneous Provisions
Information Technology Act, 20000
Chapter 31  Conceptual Framework of Information Technology Act, 2000
Chapter 32  Digital Lockers
Chapter 33  Digital Signature and Digital Signature Certificates
Chapter 34  Electronic Governance and Records
Chapter 35  Regulatory Framework
Chapter 36  Penalties, Adjudication and Offences
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Author Details
Prof. J P Sharma
is the immediate past Head and Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Business at the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. In the last over four decades of his academic career, he has taught at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level and has held several academic and administrative positions. He has supervised 29 PhDs, 30 M.Phil dissertations. His areas of interest include Corporate Laws, Cyber Laws and Corporate Governance. He has authored 20 books and over 100 research papers/articles published in several national and international journals of repute. His book titled 'Corporate Governance, Business Ethics & CSR' has on its review written by Sir Adrian Cadbury who in 1992 gave the world its first code on corporate governance. He is/has been Visitor's (President of India)/Central Government Nominee on number of Central Universities including University of Allahabad, BHU, NEHU, Sikkim, Tripura, HNB Garhwal, University of Jammu, and Central University of South Bihar. He is a Fellow Member of the ICSI and Member of several other professional bodies including ILI, ISTD, IMA, ICPS, PCI and ICA. He is member of Association of North America Higher Education International (ANAHEI)'s Educational Council. He is Member of the Editorial Advisory Boards of around a dozen internationally reputed journals including 'Editorial Advisory Board Member1 and a reviewer of the Australian Academy of Law Ethics and Governance Review (AALEGR) journal, Australasian Journal of Law Ethics and Governance (AJLEG) and a reviewer. He has participated as an expert in over 200 national and international conferences/seminars/invited lectures/panel discussions, delivered keynote and chaired various technical and valedictory sessions. He was selected from the country to attend the three days Corporate Governance Board Leadership Training Programme organised by the IFC (a World Bank Group) acting through the Global Corporate Governance Forum, USA. He has widely travelled to countries like USA, UK, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, China, Brazil, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Greece, Malta, Haiti, Jamaica, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Bhutan.
Dr. Sunaina Kanojia is Associate Professor in the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, Officer on Special Duty, the Institute of Cyber Security and Law of University of Delhi and the Deputy Proctor at the University of Delhi. Her areas of interest include Business Laws and Cyber Laws. She has co-authored number of books and more than a dozen research papers in both national and international journals of repute. Her recent papers have been awarded as best papers in International I conferences and are on SSRN's Top Ten Papers download lists. She has presented her research papers in International conferences organised by the Universities of USA, Europe, Russia and has been to Mauritius under the 4th UGC-TEC Consortium Agreement 2010, for series of lectures at the Faculty of Law and Management, University of Mauritius. She is the Editor of the bi-annual journal "Journal of Commerce and Business Studies" and the quarterly newsletter "Reflection" published by the Department of Commerce, University of Delhi.
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