Buy Vyavsayik Niyamak Ruprekha (Business Regulatory Framework) According To NEP - 2020 According to Minimum Unified Syllabus Prescribed by National Education Policy [NEP 2020] for various universities of Uttrakhand University, For B. Com Ist Semester

NEP व्यावसायिक नियामक रूपरेखा Business Regulatory Framework B. Com. 1st Sem

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According to Minimum Unified Syllabus Prescribed by National Education Policy [NEP 2020] for various universities of Uttrakhand University, For B. Com Ist Semester

Book Code : 0654

ISBN : 978-93-95022-73-6

Language : Hindi

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Authors : R. C. Agarwal, Sanjay Agarwal

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UNIT - I Indian Contract Act, 1872

1. Commercial Law—An Introduction 2. Indian Contract Act, 1872 : An Introduction 3. Contract : Meaning, Definition and Characteristics of a Valid Contract 4. Agreement : Meaning, Kinds and Difference 5. Proposal (Offer), Acceptance, Communication and Revocation 6. Capacity of Parties to Contract or Parties Competency to Contract 7. Free Consent 8. Lawful Consideration and Objects 9. Agreements Expressly Declared as Void, 10. Contingent Contracts 11. Performance of Contracts and Appropriation of Payments 12. Discharge of Contracts 13. Quasi or Implied Contracts or Certain Relations Resembling those Created by Contract, 14. Breach of Contract and Remedies or Consequences for Breach of Contract 15. Contracts of Indemnity and Guarantee 16. Contract of Bailment and Pledge 17.Contracts of Agency, 

UNIT - II Sales of Goods Act, 1930,

18. Sales of Goods Act, 1930—An Introduction, 19. Conditions and Warranties, 20. Effects of the Contract of Sale—Transfer of Ownership and Title, 21. Performance of Contract of Sales, 22. Rights of Unpaid Seller, Suit for Breach of Contract and Auction Sale, 23. Hire-purchase Agreement, 

Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881, As Amended Upto 2002

1. Negotiable Instrument Act—General Introduction, 2. Parties to Promissory Notes, Bills of Exchange and Cheques, 3. Negotiation and Presentment, 4. Payment and Interest, Discharge from Liability and Notice of Dishonour, 5. Noting and Protesting, Reasonable Time, Acceptance and Payment for Honour,Compensation, Crossed Cheques and Hundies, etc., 6. New Penal Provisions as to Dishonour of a Cheque for Insufficiency of Funds in the Account enforced from 6th Feburary, 2003, 

Competition Act, 2002

1. Competition Act, 2002.

Book Details
  • Author/Authors : R. C. Agarwal, Sanjay Agarwal
  • Class : B.Com. Ist Semester Uttrakhand Universities
  • Page No. : 360
  • Year : 2024
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