Business Law

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Vibhooti Mishra
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About This Course

The learner will able to :

1.Describe the legal framework relating to current business scenario

2. Identify and implement the knowledge of the important Acts of business laws

3.Provide potential solutions to the legal problems with regard to Indian business

environment

4.Analyze the legal constraints on business

SYLLABUS OF BUSINESS LAWS

PART – A

                                                                       

Unit 1: The Indian Contracts Act, 1872

  • Contract: Meaning, essentials of a valid contract
  • Classification of contract
  • Offer and acceptance
  • Consideration
  • Capacity to contact
  • Free consent

Unit2:  The Indian Contracts Act, 1872                                                                      

  • Void agreement
  • Contract of bailment and pledge
  • Contract of indemnity and guarantee

Unit 3: The Sale of Goods Act, 1930                                                                                       

  • Contract of sale: Meaning, essentials of a contract of sale and difference between sale and agreement to sell
  • Goods: Meaning and kinds
  • Conditions and warranties: Meaning, implied conditions and warranties
  • Unpaid seller :Rights and duties of Unpaid seller

 

 

 

PART – B

Unit 4: Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881                                                                                

  • Negotiable instruments: Meaning, characteristics and presumptions
  • Classification of negotiable instruments
  • Holder and holder in due course
  • Negotiation of negotiable instruments: Meaning and methods, endorsement

Unit5: The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008                                                               

  • LLP: Meaning and incorporation
  • Partners and designated partners: admission and removal and their relations
  • Extent and limitation of liability of partners
  • Winding up and dissolution

Unit6: Other Laws- Overview                                                                                                  

  • Consumer Protection Act, 2019: salient features of the Act, consumer rights and redressal mechanism

The Information Technology Act, 2000: cyber crime and legal framework

Learning Objectives

You will get to know the importance of Law in Business Transactions.

Requirements

  • Anyone who has passed 10+2 Exam can take this course.

Target Audience

  • Students, Faculty, Professionals and anyone who is wiling to learn Business Law.

Curriculum

38 Lessons40m

Essentials of valid contract

A contract is an agreement validated by the law.
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Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
Assignment 4

Offer

You will understand what is an offer .

Acceptance

Consideration

Free Consent part 1

Free Consent Part 2

Capacity to Contract

2.2.1 Contract of Bailment and Pledge

2.2.2 Contract of bailment and Pledge

2.3.1 Contract of Indemnity and gaurantee

2.3.2 Contract of Indemnity and Gaurantee

Unit 3 The Sale of Goods Act, 1930

3.1 Contract of sale: Meaning, essentials of a contract of sale and difference between sale and agreement to sell

3.1 Contract of sale: Meaning, essentials of a contract of sale and difference between sale and agreement to sell

3.2 Goods: Meaning and kinds

3.3.1 Conditions and warranties: Meaning, implied conditions and warranties

3.3.2 Conditions and warranties: Meaning, implied conditions and warranties

3.3.3 Conditions and warranties: Meaning, implied conditions and warranties

3.4. Unpaid seller :Rights and duties of Unpaid seller

Unit 4 : Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881

4.1 Negotiable instruments: Meaning, characteristics and presumptions

4.2 Classification of negotiable instruments

4.3 Holder and holder in due course

4.4 Negotiation of negotiable instruments: Meaning and methods, endorsement

Unit5: The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008

5.1 LLP: Meaning and incorporation

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Vibhooti Mishra

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An alumni of University of Delhi and Jamia Millia Islamia. 6 year experience as an academician.

Areas of Interest : Finance , Accountancy ,taxation and business laws.

Purpose of life : To contribute for betterment of  youth of the society.
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