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Business Legislation for Management, 5/e

Business Legislation for Management, 5/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9789352718375
  • 668 pages
  • Paperback
  • 6.75 X 9.5 inches
  • Book 460.00
  • 2018

 

Business Legislation for Management is meant for students of business management, who need to be familiar with business laws and company law in their future role as managers. The book explains these laws in a simple and succinct manner, making the students sufficiently aware of the scope of these laws so that they are able to operate their businesses within their legal confines. The book approaches the subject in a logical way, so that even a student with no legal background is able to understand it.
The book is the outcome of the authors' long experience of teaching business law and company law to students pursuing UG and PG courses. This, in fact, has made it possible for them to write on law without the use of legal jargon, thus ensuring that even the most complicated provisions of various legislations are explained in an easily comprehensible manner.
This new edition has been thoroughly updated and revised in accordance with the Companies Act, 2013. The amendments introduced by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, through its Eleventh Schedule to the Companies Act, 2013 have also been duly incorporated.
All the hallmark features of the earlier edition have been retained that include, among others, addressing intricate points of law, elucidating practical implications of law for managers through illustrations, and so on.

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Part-I: Law of Contract
• Nature and Kinds of Contracts • Offer and Acceptance • Consideration • Capacity of Parties • Free Consent • Legality of Object and Consideration • Void Agreements • Performance of Contracts • Quasi-Contracts • Discharge of Contract • Remedies for Breach of Contract • Indemnity and Guarantee • Bailment and Pledge • Agency
 
Part-II: Law of Sale of Goods
• Contract of Sale of Goods • Conditions and Warranties • Transfer of Property • Performance of Contract of Sale • Rights of Unpaid Seller
 
Part-III: Law of Partnership
• Definition and Nature of Partnership • Formation of Partnership • Rights, Duties and Liabilities of Partners • Dissolution of Partnership Firm
 
Part-IV: Law of Limited Liability Partnership
• Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) • Nature and Incorporation of LLP • Partners and Their Relations: LLP • Accounts, Audit and Taxation • Winding Up and Dissolution
 
Part-V: Law of Negotiable Instruments
• Negotiable Instruments • Parties to Negotiable Instruments • Negotiation of Negotiable Instruments • Dishonour and Discharge of Negotiable Instruments • Crossing and Bouncing of Cheques
 
Part-VI: Law of Arbitration and Conciliation
• General Provisions Regarding Arbitration • Arbitral Tribunal • Arbitration Proceedings • Conciliation • Enforcement of Certain Foreign Awards
 
Part-VII: Law of Consumer Protection
• Consumer Protection Act, 1986
 
Part-VIII: Law of Information Technology (Cyber Law)
• Information Technology Act, 2000
 
Part IX: Company Law
• The Companies Act and Its Administration • The Company: Its Nature and Kinds • Incorporation of a Company • Memorandum of Association • Articles of Association • Prospectus • Allotment of Shares • Shares and Share Capital • Membership of Company • Transfer and Transmission of Securities • Depository System • Calls and Forfeiture of Shares • Company Management • General Meetings and Resolutions • Dividends • Accounts • Audit and Auditors • Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement • Compromise, Arrangement and Amalgamation • Winding Up
 
Part-X: Laws of Intellectual Property
• Patents Act, 1970 • Copyright Act, 1957 • Trade Marks Act, 1999 • Designs Act, 2000
 
Part-XI: Law of Foreign Exchange Management
• Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999  
 
Part-XII: Competition Law
• Competition Act, 2002