Students of BBA, B.Com, and law must refer to the Business Regulatory Framework book as it is in their syllabus. General students interested in running a business should know the facts given in this book, so it is helpful for them as well. Business Regulatory Framework is specially designed to serve as an undergraduate textbook for B.Com. (Honors & General) students of the various universities across India. This book is designed especially to cater to the needs of commerce students, equipping them with a sound foundation for an understanding of the current business law situation. The book seeks to provide comprehensive coverage of the various topics relating to business law. It offers content that is simple to understand but does not compromise on necessary technical detail.
Table of Contents:
UNIT I: The Indian Contract Act, 1872 – Law of Contract
- Nature of Contract 2. Offer and Acceptance 3. Consideration 4. Capacity of Parties 5. Free Consent 6. Legality of Object 7. Void Agreements 8. Contingent Contracts 9. Performance of Contract 10. Discharge of Contract 11. Quasi-contracts 12. Remedies for Breach of Contract.
UNIT II: Special Contracts
- Indemnity and Guarantee. 14. Bailment and Pledge. 15. Principal and Agent.
UNIT III: The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
- Contract of Sale of Goods 17. Conditions and Warranties 18. Transfer of Property or Ownership 19. Performance of Contract of Sales 20. Remedial Measures.
UNIT IV: The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
- Negotiable Instruments. 22. Parties to a Negotiable Instrument. 23. Negotiation. 24. Presentation and Dishonour of Negotiable Instruments. 25. Discharge of Negotiable Instruments. 26. Hundis. 27. Banker and customer.
UNIT V: The Consumer Protection Act, 1986
- The Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
UNIT VI: Foreign Exchange Management Act, 2000
- The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 2000.