Business Legislation For Management   2Nd Edn

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Written in accordance within the UGC Model Curriculum for Business Legislation paper for MBA, this book presents the subject matter tailor-made to the needs of management students. Since business managers are not supposed to be experts in all or any of the business laws, but should be sufficiently aware of their scope to be able to operate their business within the confines, needless legal details have been avoided. The book approaches the subject in a simple and 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 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. This in fact has made it possible to teach 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. SALIENT FEATURES Explains important concepts that are ambiguous and elude proper understanding Elucidates practical implications of law through a large number of illustrations Unfolds intricate points of law to solve intriguing questions Quotes Section numbers so that reference may be made to the relevant Act for details Cites English and Indian cases to ensure necessary authenticity and clarity Contains test questions and practical problems along with hints to the solutions at the end of each chapter to enable students evaluate their understanding Provides ready access of basic Business Law and Company Law to professionals and those engaged in businessTable of Contents: Part I Law of ContractNature 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 Breach of Contract and its Remedies Part II Law of Sale of GoodsContract of Sale of Goods Conditions and Warranties Transfer of Property Performance of Contract of Sale Rights of Unpaid Seller Part III Law of Negotiable InstrumentsNegotiable Instruments Parties to Negotiable Instruments Negotiation of Negotiable Instruments Dishonour and Discharge of Negotiable Instruments Crossing and Bouncing of Cheques Part IV Law of Arbitration and ConciliationGeneral Provisions Regarding Arbitration Arbitral Tribunal Arbitration Proceedings Conciliation Enforcement of Certain Foreign Awards Part V Law of Consumer ProtectionConsumer Protection Act, 1986 Part VI Company Law The Companies Act and Its Administration The Company: Its Nature and Kinds Formation of a Company Memorandum of Association Articles of Association Prospectus Allotment of Shares Shares and Share Capital Share Certificate and Share Warrant Shareholders or Members Transfer and Transmission of Shares Calls and Forfeiture of Shares Company Management Meetings and Resolutions Borrowing Powers and Methods Dividends Accounts and Audit Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement Compromise, Arrangement, Reconstruction and Amalgamation Winding Up

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Written in accordance within the UGC Model Curriculum for Business Legislation paper for MBA, this book presents the subject matter tailor-made to the needs of management students. Since business managers are not supposed to be experts in all or any of the business laws, but should be sufficiently aware of their scope to be able to operate their business within the confines, needless legal details have been avoided. The book approaches the subject in a simple and 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 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. This in fact has made it possible to teach 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. SALIENT FEATURES Explains important concepts that are ambiguous and elude proper understanding Elucidates practical implications of law through a large number of illustrations Unfolds intricate points of law to solve intriguing questions Quotes Section numbers so that reference may be made to the relevant Act for details Cites English and Indian cases to ensure necessary authenticity and clarity Contains test questions and practical problems along with hints to the solutions at the end of each chapter to enable students evaluate their understanding Provides ready access of basic Business Law and Company Law to professionals and those engaged in businessTable of Contents: Part I Law of ContractNature 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 Breach of Contract and its Remedies Part II Law of Sale of GoodsContract of Sale of Goods Conditions and Warranties Transfer of Property Performance of Contract of Sale Rights of Unpaid Seller Part III Law of Negotiable InstrumentsNegotiable Instruments Parties to Negotiable Instruments Negotiation of Negotiable Instruments Dishonour and Discharge of Negotiable Instruments Crossing and Bouncing of Cheques Part IV Law of Arbitration and ConciliationGeneral Provisions Regarding Arbitration Arbitral Tribunal Arbitration Proceedings Conciliation Enforcement of Certain Foreign Awards Part V Law of Consumer ProtectionConsumer Protection Act, 1986 Part VI Company Law The Companies Act and Its Administration The Company: Its Nature and Kinds Formation of a Company Memorandum of Association Articles of Association Prospectus Allotment of Shares Shares and Share Capital Share Certificate and Share Warrant Shareholders or Members Transfer and Transmission of Shares Calls and Forfeiture of Shares Company Management Meetings and Resolutions Borrowing Powers and Methods Dividends Accounts and Audit Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement Compromise, Arrangement, Reconstruction and Amalgamation Winding Up
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Title Business Legislation For Management 2Nd Edn Height
M C Kuchhal , Deepa Prakash Width
ISBN-13 9788125933007 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #812593300X Spine Width
Publisher Vikas Publication House Pvt Ltd Pages 0
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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