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Dibrugarh University
Syllabus for B.COM Programme
Under Directorate of Distance Education
2nd Year
Total Marks: 90

Objectives: The objective of this course is to provide a brief idea about the framework of Indian business laws.

Block I: The Law of Contact (1872):                                          18
Nature of Contract, Classification, offer and acceptance; Capacity of parties to contract; free consent; Consideration; Legality of object; Agreement declared void; performance of contract; Discharge of Contracts; Remedies for Breach of Contract; Special contracts; Indemnity, Guarantee; Bailment and Pledge; Agency.

Block II: Sale of Goods Act 1930:                                               18
Formation of Contracts of Sale; Goods and their Classification, price, conditions and warranties; Transfer of Property in goods; Performance of the Contract Sales, Unpaid seller and his rights; sale of auction; Hire purchase agreement.

Block III: Negotiable Instrument Act 1881:                           18
Definition of negotiable instruments; features; Promissory Notes; bills of exchange & cheque; Holder and Holder in due course; Crossing of a cheque; type of crossing; Negotiation; Dishonor and discharge of negotiable instruments.

Block IV: The Consumer Protection Act 1986:                     18
Salient’s features; Definition of consumer; Grievance Redressal machinery; Partnership Act 1932; Salient features, definitions and main provisions.

Block V: Foreign Exchange Management Act 2000:           18
Definition and main provisions

Suggested Readings:
1.       Desai T. R.: Indian Contract Act; Sale Of Good Act and Partnership Act; S. C. Sarkar & Sons Pvt. Ltd.; Kolkata.
2.       Sing Avtar: The Principles of Marcantile Laws; Eastern Book Company; Lucknow.
3.       Khergamwala J. S.: The Negotiable Instrument Act; N. M. Tripathi Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai.
4.       Kuchal M. C. Business Law; Vikash Publishing House, New Delhi.
5.       Kapoor N. D.: Business Law; Sultan Chand & Co.; New Delhi.
6.       P. R. Chanda: Business Law; Galgotia, New Delhi.

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