Business Regulatory Framework (Mercantile Law)

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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All B.Com I books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789351645412
Author: Prakash N. Chaudhary
Number of Pages 341
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Business Regulatory Framework (Mercantile Law) by Prakash N. Chaudhary
Book Summary:

The principle ‘Ignorance of Law is no excuse’ implies that all of us are well aware of the laws prevalent in our country. It means 'Ignorance of law' cannot be pleaded as defense in any court of law. Hence, it is essential for all individuals who are involved in business activities to possess the basic knowledge of laws relevant to run their business operations. The students of commerce and management discipline are prospective business executives. They are expected to know the legal environment of a business, and hence we find the subject of ‘Mercantile Law' in the curriculum of Commerce and Management courses of all universities in the country.

The process of globalisation has made substantial impact on the Business Regulatory Framework and appropriate amendments have been made in various laws regulating business. It gives me immense pleasure in presenting this book to students and teachers from commerce and management discipline.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Com. Students.
Table of Contents:

TERM I

Introduction to Mercantile Law

1. Law of Contract – General Principles (Indian Contract Act, 1872)

2. Law of Partnerships

3. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930

4. E-contracts (E-transactions/E-commerce)

Term - II

5. The Consumer Protection Act 1986

6. Intellectual Property Rights

7. The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

8. Arbitration and Conciliation

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