For Under Graduate students of Universities of India.
Instructor: Chandan Poddar
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Chapters Covered for B.com (H/P), BBA Students :
Indian Contract Act, 1872
Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee
Bailment and pledge
Contract of Agency
Sales of Goods Act, 1930
Indian Partnership Act, 1932
LLP Act, 2008
Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881
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|Your First Step Guide|
|E book text book of Indian contract act 1872|
|Indian contract act, 1872 copyrights reserved|
|Indian contract act ,1872 part 1|
|#1 Law basics|
|#2 Meaning of offer|
|#3 Types of offer|
|#4 Rules of offer|
|#5 Acceptance and rules of acceptance i|
|#6 Rules of acceptance ii|
|#7 Rules of acceptance iii|
|#8 Communication of offer and acceptance|
|#9 Revocation of offer and acceptance|
|#10 Communication of revocation of offer and acceptance|
|#11 Lapse of offer|
|#13 Legal requirements regarding consideration|
|#14 Other important points of consideration|
|#15 Cases where consideration not required|
|#16 Privity of contract and exceptions|
|#17 Competency to contract|
|#18 Position of minor's agreement i|
|#19 Position of minor's agreement ii|
|#20 Free consent and coercion|
|#21 Undue influence|
|#25 Lawful object and consideration i|
|#26 Lawful object and consideration ii|
|#27 Agrements specifically declared to be void|
|#28 Wagering agreement|
|#29 Contingent agreements|
|#30 Performance of contract|
|#31 Quasi contract|
|#32 Discharge of contract by performance and mutual agreement|
|#33 Discharge of contract by impossibility of performance (supervening impossibility)|
|#34 Exceptions of supervening impossibility|
|#35 Breach of contract|
|#36 Types of damages|
|#37 Penalty and liquidated demages|
|#38 Remedies for breach of contract|
|#39 Effect of refusal 'offer of performance' and 'to perform promise'|
|#40 Appropriations of payment|
|#41 Contracts which need not to be performed|
|#42 Joint promisors|
|#43 Time and place for the performance of promise|
|#44 Performance of reciprocal promise|
|#45 Effect of failure to perform the contract on time|
|#46 Succession and assignment|
|#47 Nature of contract|
|Types of contract assignment|
|Contract of indemnity and guarantee|
|You need to make notes of this chapter.|
|#1 What is contract of indemnity|
|#2 Rights of indemnity holder|
|#3 What is contract of gaurantee|
|#4 Nature of surety's liability|
|#5 Continuing guarantee|
|#6 Discharge of suretry by revocation|
|#7 Dischrage of surety conduct of the creditor|
|#8 Discharge of surety invalidation of contract of gaurantee|
|#9 Rights of surety|
|Bailment and pledge|
|#1 Contract of bailment and pledge|
|#2 Gratuitous and non gratuitous bailment|
|#3 Duties of bailee|
|#4 Duties of bailor and termination of bailment|
|#5 General lien and particular lien|
|#6 Finder of lost goods and carrier as bailee|
|#7 Special points|
|#8 Contract of pledge|
|E book contract of bailment and pledge|
|Contract of agency|
|You need to make notes of this chapter.|
|#1 Test and rule of agency|
|#2 Who can be appointed as agent|
|#3 Creation of agency|
|#4 Sub agents|
|#5 Substituted agent|
|#7 Revocation of authority|
|#8 Duties and obligations of an agent|
|#9 Rights of an agent|
|#10 Agent's liability to third parties|
|The Sales of goods act, 1930|
|#1 Introducion, definitions of buyers, sellers and goods|
|#2 Types of goods|
|#3 Types of delievery|
|#4 Document of title and document showing title|
|#5 Definitions of meracntile agent, price, insolvent, quality of good|
|#6 Difference between sales and agreement to sale|
|#7 Difference between sales and hire prchase sales and bailment|
|#8 Miscellaneous topics of chapter 1 price fixation and contract of work and labour|
|#9 Conditions and warranty|
|#10 Express and implied conditions|
|#11 Express and implied warranty|
|#12 Caveat emptor|
|#13 Breach of conditions to be treated as warranty|
|#14 Stipulation as to time|
|#15 Passing of property in case of ascertained and unascertained goods|
|#16 Passing of poperty in case of goods sent on approval basis|
|#17 Risk passes with property|
|#18 Transfer of title|
|#19 Performance of the contract of sale|
|#20 Meaning of unpaid seller|
|#21 Rights of unpaid seller against goods|
|#22 Effect of sub sale and pledge on rights of seller against goods|
|#23 Effect of stoppage and right of resale|
|#24 Rights of unpaid seller against the buyer|
|#25 Rights of buyers against the seller|
|#26 Auction sale|
|Partnership act, 1932|
|You need to make notes of this chapter.|
|#1 Basic introduction|
|#2 Types of partners|
|#3 Rights and duties of partners|
|#4 Authority of partners|
|#5 Liabilities of incoming and outgoing partners|
|#6 Registration of firm|
|#7 Dissolution of firm|
|#8 Consequences of dissolution|
|#9 Section 37|
|#10 Effect of notice to acting partner|
|Business law LLP act|
|#1 How to study|
|#3 LLP is hybrid form of company and partnership|
|#4 Features of LLP|
|#5 Special points in LLP|
|#6 Advantages of LLP|
|#7 Incorporation of LLP|
|#8 Relationship of partners and cessation of partnership|
|#9 Registeration of changes in partners|
|#10 Liability in case of fraud|
|#11 financial disclosures|
|#12 Conversion of LLP|
|#13 Winding up and dissolution|
|#14 Miscellaneous provisions|
|#15 Change in name of LLP|
|Negotiable instrument act 1881|
|#1 What is negotiable instrument|
|#2 Payable 'to order' or 'to bearer'|
|#3 What is promissory note|
|#4 Examples of promissory note|
|#5 What is BOE and cheque|
|#6 Important definitions|
|#7 Prohibition by RBI|
|#8 Holder and holder in due course|
|#9 Payment in due course, inland and foreign instrument, indorsement|
|#10 Indorsement 'in blank' and 'in full'|
|#11 Ambiguous instruments and inchoate instruments|
|#12 Provisions related to maturity date|
|#13 Other special privileges of holder in due course|
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