Law : CA Foundation
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Instructor: Chandan Poddar
Language: Hindi English Mix
CA foundation Law : Chandan Poddar sir has exclusively designed this course for preparing CA Foundation Law course effortlessly. What you need to do is watch lectures, make notes from lectures and solve ICAI module. Exclusive features, of course, are :
a) Concept clarity with full patience, because you are studying this course for the first time.
b) Focus on developing a mindset for solving case studies.
c) Discussion on all basic case laws.
d) Interpretation of law.
e) E-Book: Chapter wise Mock test papers for self-assessment.
f) E-Book: Complete syllabus Mock test papers for self- assessment.
g) Doubt solving platform.
h) PDF of additional important questions for self-practice.
i) "Counselling over the phone" with a subject expert in case of complicated doubts and general doubts by prior appointment. Once you call the helpline number 8888880402, they will take your some details and fix the telephonic interview with an expert to clear your doubts.
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You will observe the introduction video at the beginning of the course that will correctly guide you in answering your questions like a) Which chapters to be started first b) How to make notes out of videos c) How to give test papers d) How to revise course regularly.
Are ICAI questions have been solved in the course package?
While discussing the chapter all the difficult, as well as essential examples and practice exercise questions, have been solved and what left is your homework which you need to answer at your own and in the case on any query you can check its solution from E-book provided in course OR if you are not able to get it, you can clear your doubts through our inbuilt Doubt Solving Platform where our experts are always available to assist you in case of any difficulty.
Is any additional material is required to be solved after this course?
Well, our team of experts are working day and night to provide you with the best content, and we certainly don't recommend to solve any other material apart from ICAI book and Mock test papers issued by ICAI. All this content is sufficient to score 100 per cent marks in CA foundation course.
Is this course includes discussion on basic concepts as I am from Non- commerce background?
Don't worry. This course has been designed in such a manner that even If you are not from the non-commerce background, you will be able to understand all concepts without any problem.
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This course includes E-books and complementary video lectures of the entire session.
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|Business Law Introduction To Law And BCR|
|How to prepare ca foundation Law and BCR Nov 2019|
|E book | Text book of Indian contract Act, 1872|
|Text book of Indian contract act | Copyrights reserved ||
|BUSINESS LAW - Indian Contract Act ,1872 ||
|#1 | Law Basics|
|#2| Meaning of offer | (Part :1)|
|#3 | Types of offer | (Part :2)|
|#4 | Rules of offer | (Part :3)|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Offer|
|#5 | Acceptance | (Part-1 )|
|#6 | Acceptance | (Part - 2 )|
|#7 | Acceptance | (Part 3)|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Acceptance|
|#8 | Communication of offer and acceptance|
|#9| Revocation of offer and acceptance|
|#10 | Communication of revocation of offer and acceptance|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Communication & Revocation|
|#11 | Lapse of offer|
|#12 | Consideration | Definition | (Part 1) (Marked as Free Preview)|
|#13 | Consideration definition (Part 2)|
|#14 | Consideration | Other important points | (Part 3)|
|#15 | Consideration | Cases where consideration not required | (Part 4)|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Consideration|
|#16 | Privity of contract and exceptions|
|#17 | Competency to contract|
|#18 | Position of minor's agreement (Part- 1)|
|#19 | Position of minor's agreement (Part- 2)|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Minor|
|#20 | Free consent | Coercion|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Coercion|
|#21 | Free consent | Undue influence|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Undue Influence|
|#22 | Free consent | Fraud|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Fraud (2)|
|#23 | Free consent | Misrepresentation|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Misrepresentation|
|#24 | Free consent | Mistake|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Mistake|
|#25 | Lawful object and consideration | Part - 1|
|#26 | Lawful object and consideration | Part - 2|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Lawful Object & Consideration|
|#27 | Agrements specifically declared to be void|
|#28 | Wagering agreement|
|#29 | Contingent Agreements|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Wagering & Contingent Agreements|
|#30 | Performance of contract|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Performance of Contracts|
|#31 | Quasi contract|
|#32 | Discharge of contract | (Part-1)|
|#33 | Discharge of contract | (Part-2)|
|#34 | Discharge of contract | (Part-3)|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Discharge of Contracts|
|#35 | Breach of contract|
|E-Book-Case Studies on Breach of Contracts|
|#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|
|E- Book Indian contract act 1872 Case Studies for Practice|
|The Indian Contract Act, 1872 | E- book | Case studies ||
|BUSINESS LAW - The Sales of Goods Act, 1930 .|
|#1 | Sales of Goods Act , 1930 | Part -1 | Introducion, definitions of buyers, sellers and goods|
|#2 | Sales of Goods Act , 1930 | Part-2 | Types of Goods|
|#3 | Sales of Goods Act , 1930 | Part-3 | Types of Delievery|
|#4 | Sales of Goods Act , 1930 | Part-4 | Document of title and document showing title|
|#5 | Sales of goods act ,1930 | Part - 5 | Definitions of Meracntile agent, Price, Insolvent, Quality of good|
|#6 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Part-6 | Difference between sales and agreement to sale|
|#7 | Sales of goods act ,1930 | Part - 7 | Difference between sales and hire prchase sales and bailment|
|Case Studies on Contract of Sale-Sales of Goods Act, 1930-E-Book|
|#8 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Part - 8 | Misc topics of chapter -1 Price fixation and Contract of work and lab|
|#9 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Part-9 | Conditions and Warranty|
|#10 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Part-10 | Express and implied conditions|
|#11 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Part-11 | Express and Implied warranty|
|Case Studies on Conditions & Warranties-Sales of Goods Act, 1930-E-Book|
|#12 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Part-12 | Caveat emptor|
|Case Studies on Caveat Emptor-Sales of Goods Act, 1930-E-Book|
|#12A | Sales of Goods Act , 1930 | Part-12A | Breach of conditions to be treated as warranty.|
|#14 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Part-14 | Stipulation as to time|
|#15 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Passing of property in case of Ascertained and Unascertained goods|
|#16 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Passing of poperty in case of goods sent on approval basis|
|#17 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Risk passes with property|
|#18 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Transfer of title|
|Case Studies on Transfer of Ownership & Delivery of Goods-Sales of Goods Act, 1930-E-Book|
|#19 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Performance of the Contract of Sale|
|Case Studies on Performance of Contract of Sale-Sales of Goods Act, 1930-E-Book|
|#20 | Sales of goods act ,1930 | Meaning of unpaid seller|
|#21 | Sales of goods act ,1930 | Rights of unpaid seller against goods|
|#22 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Effect of sub- sale and pledge on rights of seller against goods|
|#23 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Effect of stoppage and right of resale|
|#24 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Rights of unpaid seller against the buyer|
|#25 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Rights of buyers against the seller|
|#26 | Sales of goods act , 1930 | Auction sale|
|Case Studies on Unpaid Seller-Sales of Goods Act, 1930-E-Book|
|E- Book | Sales of Goods Act, 1930 case studies for practice|
|The Sales of Goods Act, 1930 | | E- book | Case studies ||
|BUSINESS LAW - Partnership Act, 1932|
|#1 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-1 | Basic Introduction|
|#2 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-2 | Types of partners.|
|#3 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-3 | Rights and duties of partners|
|#4 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-4 | Authority of partners|
|#5 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-5 | liabilities of incoming and outgoing partners|
|#6 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-6 | Registration of firm|
|#7 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-7 | Dissolution of firm|
|#8 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-8 | Partnership act Part - 8 Consequences of dissolution|
|#9 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part-9 | Section 37|
|#10 | Partnership Act, 1932 | Part - 10 | Effect of notice to acting partner ||
|E- Book | The Partnership Act, 1932 case studies for practice|
|E-Book-Indian Partnership Act, 1932 Case Studies|
|BUSINESS LAW - Companies act 2013|
|#1 | Companies act | What is company and applicability of companies act|
|#2 | Companies act | Separate legal entity|
|#3 | Companies act | other features of company|
|#4 | Companies act | Corporate veil theory | Very important|
|#5 | Companies act | Lifting or piercing the corporate veil ||
|#6 | Companies act | Limited, Guarantee and Unlimited company|
|#7 | Companies act | One person company|
|#8 | Companies act | Private company|
|#9 | Companies act | Small company|
|#10 | Companies act | Public company ||
|#11 | Companies act | Holding and subsidiary company ||
|#12 | Companies act | Associate, Listed and Unlisted company|
|#12A | Companies act | Government, Foreign and section 8 companies|
|#14 | Companies act | Dormant, Nidhi companies and PFI|
|#15 | Companies act 2013 | Meaning of Promoter ||
|#16 | Companies act 2013 | Incorporation of company (Part : 1 ) | Important|
|#17 | Companies act 2013 | Incorporation of company (Part : 2 ) | Important|
|#18 | companies act 2013 | Effect of registration ||
|#19 | companies act 2013 | Effect of MOA and AOA|
|#20 | companies act 2013 | Types of Share capital ||
|#21 | Companies act 2013 | Types of shares ||
|#22 | Companies act 2013 | Memorandum of Association ||
|#23 | companies act 2013 | Doctrine of Ultra- Vires | Very Important|
|#24 | Companies act 2013 | Article of Association | Difference between MOA and AOA|
|#25 | Companies act 2013 | Doctrine of constructive notice and indoor management ||
|#26 | Companies act 2013 | Exceptions of doctrine of Indoor management | THE END|
|Business Law -LLP Act|
|#1 | LLP Act | How to study|
|#2 | LLP Act | Part -1 ||
|#3 | LLP Act | Part - 2 | LLP is hybrid form of company and partnership|
|#4 | LLP Act | Part - 3 | Features of LLP|
|#5 | LLP Act | Part - 4 | Special Points in LLP|
|#6 | LLP Act | Part - 5 | Advantages of LLP|
|#7 | LLP Act | Incorporation of LLP | Part - 6 ||
|#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|
|E- Book | The Companies Act, 2013 case studies for practice|
|E-Book-Companies Act, 2013 Case Studies for Practice|
|E BOOK - Concise Notes|
|#1 | Concise Notes|
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|Indian Contract Act, 1872 Mock Test Paper 22.12.2019|
|Test Series from 15 Dec 2019 to 29 April 2020 : CA foundation may 2020|
|Chapter numbers are as per ICAI modules.|
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