This book adopts a fresh and novel approach to the study of Law keeping in view the specific requirements of the candidates appearing for the Bussiness Law Paper of B.Com. It has been written in a Teach Yourself Style strictly following a student-friendly approach, and is essentially meant to serve as a Tutor at home.
(a) COVERAGE OF THE BOOK
Broadly the coverage would enable the reader in understanding:
(i) The Indian Contract Act, 1872
(ii) The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
(iii) The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
(iv) The Information Technology Act, 2000
(b) PEDAGOGICAL FEATURES OF THE BOOK
Simple Language: The Text is presented in the simplest language "meant to serve beginners".
Heading for each Paragraph: Each paragraph has been arranged under a suitable heading for easy retention of concepts.
Tabular Form: Wherever possible the text matter relating to a particular topic/sub-topic has been presented in a Tabular Form.
Eye-catching Screens: All Important Equations, Formulae, Figures and Practical Steps have been presented in screen format to catch the eye.
Uniform Format of Chapter: Each chapter has been uniformly organised under four headings, viz., Text supported by suitable Illustrations, Solved Problems, True/False Questions and Exercises.
(c) DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF THE BOOK
Over 25 Exhibits: To acquaint students with various important matters.
Over 55 Illustrations: To aid better understanding of the text
Over 100 Practical (Solved) Problems: Along with necessary working notes and alternative solutions (if any).
Over 100 Very Short Answer Type Questions: To enable students to test their understanding of the subject.
Over 100 Short Answer Type Questions:
Over 50 Essay Type Questions:
Over 200 True/False Questions:
1. Meaning and Essentials of Contract
2. Offer and Acceptance
3. Capacity of Parties
5. Free Consent
6. Legality of Object and Consideration, and Agreements
Opposed to Public Policy
7. Void Agreement and Contingent Contracts
8. Performance of a Contract
9. Discharge of a Contract
10. Remedies for Breach of Contract
12. Indemnity and Guarantee
13. Bailment and Pledge
14. Contract of Agency
THE SALE OF GOODS ACT, 1930
15. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
THE LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP ACT, 2008
16. The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000
17. The Information Technology Act, 2000
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