Business Laws

CBCS (Choice Based Credit System)
  • Author : Sushma Arora  
  • Edition : 4th Edition 2019
  • Date of Publication : January 2019
  • ISBN No.:9789388750172
  • Binding : Paperback
  • No. Of Pages : 564
  • Weight (Kgs) : 0.59
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Description

This text book is designed to cater to the needs of students pursuing B.Com (Prog.) : Three Year (6-Semester) CBCS Programme of Central Universities throughout India.
  • Complete text book for undergraduate students; covers revised semester syllabus of Paper BC 2.2 of B.Com (Prog.) : Three Year (6-Semester) CBCS Programme of Delhi University and other Central Universities as per revised Course Structure implemented from Academic Year 2015-16.
  • Also useful for BBA, MBA, IPCC & CS.
  • Business Laws covered are: Indian Contract Act, 1872, Sale of Goods Act, 1930, Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 and Information Technology Act, 2000.
  • Presents complicated provisions of the law in simple and lucid language.
  • Provides a comprehensive coverage of the law with interesting examples/case studies derived from landmark rulings.
  • Test questions, practical problems along with hints as well as True/False Statements with hints (including examination questions, practical problems and True/False Statements) are given at the end of each chapter to provide students a thorough practice in solving examination questions.
  • Chapter wise case laws with judgments have been provided in the beginning of the book.
  • Covers case laws recommended by the Department of Commerce, Delhi University.
  • Covers examination question papers of Business Laws for the last few years at the end of the book for the reference of students to have a clear idea of questions normally asked.
  • Author’s vast experience of 33 years in teaching business law has been of immense assistance in attempting to make the book as student friendly as possible.
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