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    Author(s)D. Chandra Bose (author
    PublisherPHI
    Edition2nd edition
    ISBN9789387472235
    Pages736
    BindingSoftbound
    Publish YearJuly 2019

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    PHI Business Law 2019 Edition by D. Chandra Bose (author

    The Second Edition of the book continues to explain the legal aspects of the different business laws of the land to help students understand and gain knowledge of the legal environment in which the businesses operate. The knowledge of the business laws is of paramount importance to every business manager and chartered accountant, who need to deal with legal matters regularly.This book is specifically designed to introduce the students to the legal environment and thus includes all important Acts, such as the Law of Contracts, the Sales of Goods Act, 1930, the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, the Law of Insurance, the Company Law, the Factories Act, 1948, the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, the Trade Unions Act, 1948, the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, the Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948, the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, the Pollution Control Acts, 1974 and 1981, and the other important legal issues.The book presents a systematic and in-depth treatment of the various Acts in a concise, lucid and illustrative manner, using several suitable practical examples and studies of different law cases with a view to making the subject more intelligible, interesting and authentic. Review questions and practical assignments provided at the end of each chapter are designed to help the students grasp and apply the provisions of different Acts.NEW TO THE SECOND EDITIONThe following new chapters have been introduced in the second edition to enrich the contents:• Corporate Governance • Intellectual Property Rights• Right to Information Act • Telecom Regulatory Authority of IndiaIn addition, part three of the book, which is on the Company Law, has been updated with the latest Companies Act, 2013.The book is primarily designed to serve the needs of undergraduate students of Commerce (B.Com). It is equally useful for BBA and MBA students and those pursuing professional courses at The Institute of Chartered Accountants andThe Institute of Company Secretaries, besides meeting the growing needs of aspirants preparing for competitive examinations.TARGET AUDIENCE• B.Com• BBA / MBAPrefaceTable of CasesPart One: MERCANTILE LAWSection 1: Law of Contracts0. Introduction1. Nature of Contracts2. Offer or Proposal3. Acceptance4. Consideration5. Capacity of Parties6. Free Consent7. Legality of Consideration and Object8. Contingent Contracts and Wagering Contracts9. Quasi Contracts10. Performance of Contract11. Discharge of Contract12. Remedies for Breach of ContractSection 2: Special Contracts13. Indemnity and Guarantee14. Bailment and Pledge15. AgencySection 3: Other Laws16. Sale of Goods Act, 193017. Negotiable Instruments Act, 188118. PartnershipPart Two: LAW OF INSURANCE19. Insurance20. Life Insurance21. General Insurance22. Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA)Part Three: COMPANY LAW23. Introduction24. Nature and Types of Company25. Formation and Incorporation of Company26. Memorandum of Association27. Articles of Association28. Prospectus29. Membership in a Company30. Share Capital31. Shares32. Application and Allotment of Shares33. Calls and Forfeiture of Shares34. Share Certificate and Share Warrant35. Transfer and Transmission of Shares36. Borrowing Powers37. Directors38. Board Meetings and Committees39. General Body Meetings40. Disclosure and Transparency41. Compliances, Governance and CSR42. Dividends43. Accounts and Audit44. Supremacy of Majority and Protection of Minority45. Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement46. Compromises, Arrangements and Reconstructions47. Winding UpPart Four: INDUSTRIAL LAW48. The Factories Act, 194849. The Industrial Disputes Act, 194750. The Trade Unions Act, 192651. The Minimum Wages Act, 194852. The Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948Part Five: GENERAL LAW53. The Consumer Protection Act, 198654. Pollution Control Act55. Corporate Governance56. Intellectual Property Right (IPR)57. Right to Information Act, 200558. Regulatory AuthoritiesIndex.