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BCCA
[Bachelor of Commerce (Computer Application)]
Part-II, Fourth Semester
‘Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU)’
(4T2)BUSINESS LAW
UNIT-I
The Indian Contract ACT, 1872
Meaning of Essentials of Contract, Offer and Acceptance, Capacity of Parties, Considerations, Free Consent, Legality of Object and Consideration, and Agreements Opposed to Public Policy, Void Agreement and Contingent Contracts, Performance of a Contract, Discharge of a Contract, Remedies for Breach of Contract, Quasi-Contracts, Indemnity and Guarantee, Bailment and Pledge, Contract of Agency.
 
UNIT-II
The Sale of Goods ACT, 1930:- The Sale of Goods Act,1930, Contract Of Sale, ‘Sale’ and ‘Agreement to Sell’ Distinguished, Meaning & Types of Goods, Sale/Agreement to Sell, Price. Condition And Warranties-Meaning, Condition & Warranty Distinguished, Express and Implied Conditions and Warranties, Doctrine of Caveat Emptor. Transfer of Property- Meaning, Rules Regarding to the Transfer of Property, Transfer of Property In Specific or Ascertained Goods, Transfer of Property in Unascertained Goods and Future Goods, Rules Relating to Transfer of Property of Goods Sent on Approval or on Sale or Return‘, Delivery. Rights of Unpaid Seller -Meaning, Right Of Lien, Right Of Stoppage Of Goods In Transit, Lien And Stoppage In Transit Distinguished, , Effect of Sub-Sale or Pledge By Buyer Upon the ―Two Rights of the Unpaid Seller‖, Right of Resale, Rights of Seller and Buyers, Right of Unpaid Sellers Against Buyer Personality, Auction Sale.
 
The Information Technology ACT, 2000:- Meaning, Objectives, Scheme, Scope, Provision Relating to Electronic Signature, Provision Relating to Electronic Governance, Acknowledgement and Dispatch of Electronic Records, Secure Electronic Records and Secure Electronic Signature, Regulation of Certifying Authorities, Electronic Signature Certificates, Duties of Subscribers, Penalties, Compensation and Adjudication, the Cyber Appellate Tribunal, Offences, Constitution of Advisory Committee, Power of Controller to Make Regulations.
 
UNIT-III
The Indian Partnership ACT, 1932: Meaning & Essentials of Partnership, Co-Ownership, Partnership Deed, Registration of Firm, Types of Partnership on The Basis of Duration, Types of Partners, Position of Minor as a Partner, Mutual Rights and Duties, Relation of Partners With Third Parties, Implied Authority of Partners, Reconstitution of Firms, Dissolution of Firm, Settlement of Accounts, Public Notice.
 
The Limited Liability Partnership ACT, 2008 (LLP):-Meaning & Features of LLP, Comparison Between Existing Partnership & LLP, Comparison Between Company & LLP, Minimum No. of Partners, Designated Partners, Incorporation Document, Incorporation By Registration, Effects of Registration, Registered Office of LLP & Change Therein, Name of LLP and change therein, partners of LLP and change therein, cessation of partnership interest, partner as agent of LLP and Not of Other Partners, Extent of Liability Of LLP, Extent of Liability of Partner, Unlimited Liability in Case of Fraud, Whistle Blowing, Contribution. Account, Audit and Taxation:- Maintenance of Books of Account, Other Records and Audit, Etc, Annual Return, Partners Transferable Interest, Taxation of LLP, Conversion From Firm Into LLP, Conversion From Private Co. Into LLP, Conversion From Unlisted Public Co. Into LLP , Winding Up Of LLP, Compulsory Winding up, Commencement of Winding up by Tribunal, Voluntary Winding up of a LLP.
 
Unit-IV
The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Part-I) :-Negotiable Instrument, Promissory Note, Bill of Exchange, Acceptance, Distinction between Bill of Exchange & Promissory note, Cheque, Distinction between a Cheque and Bill of Exchange, Crossing, Bouncing or Dishonor Cheque, Holder & Holder in Due Course, Distinction between Holder & Holder in Due Course, Negotiation and Assignment, Distinction between Negotiation and Assignment, Endorsement, Material Alteration.
 
The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Part-II):- Liabilities of Various Parties, Proportionate in Case of Partial Failure of Consideration, Presentment for Acceptance, Presentment for Payment, Acceptance for Honor, Payment for Honor, Dishonor of bill, Notice of Dishonor, Rights of Holder in Case of Instrument Acquired after Dishonor or After Maturity, Noting and Protesting, Drawee in case of need, Discharge of an Instrument, Discharge of a Parity, Distinction between Discharge of an Instrument & Discharge of a Parity, Hundi, Types of Hundies

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