Mercantile Law For CA Common Proficiency Test (CPT) is a highly useful guidebook for Mercantile Law, a subject that is part of the syllabus, and allotted 40 marks, in the CA Common Proficiency Test. This test is conducted all over India annually, and is an important prerequisite to becoming an ICAI certified Chartered Accountant. Mercantile Law For CA Common Proficiency Test (CPT) is an exhaustive learning tool, instructional in its approach, and covers all important and relevant fundamental topics pertaining to Mercantile Law, in a simplified and precise manner. Written in a language which can be easily understood by students, it imparts thorough learning of the concepts prescribed in the syllabus for the CPT. The book starts by outlining the syllabus and objective for the CA Common Proficiency Test, related to Mercantile Laws, which includes, the Indian Contract Act of 1872, The Sale Of Goods Act of 1930, and Indian Partnership Act of 1932. Divided into 14 chapters, this book begins with the detailed coverage of all aspects and terminology related to Contracts, right from the explanation of an offer, acceptance, consideration, and consent. Having covered in detail the various essentials of contracts, including performance, discharge, and breach of contracts, the book goes onto explain the remaining two acts, i.e. The Sale Of Goods, and The Indian Partnership Act, in detail. The key features of Mercantile Law For CA Common Proficiency Test (CPT) are, its problem-solving approach to learning, with over 850 multiple choice questions and more than 200 practical problems related to case laws. The use of tables, and more than 350 examples, provide an in-depth understanding of concepts, through visual and practical interpretation of data. Furthermore, the book also outlines important points to remember at the end of each chapter. An appendix section at the book’s end, contains questions aimed at testing and providing a quick revision of the concepts covered in the book.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014