ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS LAWS: (FOR B.COM, SEMESTER-2, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI, AS PER CBCS)

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Authors : M C Kuchhal & Vivek Kuchhal

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About the Author

M C Kuchhal :-
He served for about four decades as the faculty member of Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi. He is also the author of renowned books like Secretarial Practice and Mercantile Law published by Vikas.


Vivek Kuchhal :-
He is Associate Professor at Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, Delhi. He is an alumnus of Shri Ram College of Commerce, and Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi. He has had a brilliant academic record throughout, securing second position in order of merit in BCom (Hons) and also in the MBA in the University. He is also a Chartered Accountant and Cost Accountant. He secured 13th all-India rank in CA (Inter) Examination.
 

About the Book

 
The book is especially written for the ';Business Laws' paper of the B Com Semester-II course of the University of Delhi. It is designed strictly in accordance with the new Choice Based Credit System.
The entire text has been organized in five units, namely, Law of Contract, Law of Special Contracts, Law of Sale of Goods, Law of Limited Liability Partnership, and Law of Information Technology. The intricate points of law are explained in a systematic and logical way and the emphasis is on explaining the entire subject matter in the most compact form. The book will prove to be the prized possession for comprehending the subject in its entirety and passing the examination.
 

Key Features

 
• Use of appropriate cases to ensure authenticity and clarity on the subject
• Inclusion of test questions and practical problems with hints and solutions to enable students to evaluate their understanding
• Use of illustrations and analogies to explain complicated provisions
 

Table of Content

 
Unit-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 • Contingent Contracts • Quasi-Contracts • Discharge of Contract • Remedies for Breach of Contract

Unit-II: Law of Special Contracts 
• Indemnity and Guarantee • Bailment and Pledge • Agency 

Unit-III: 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