Corporate Laws in India is specially designed for students pursuing the three-year or five-year LLB course in law education institutes and the one-year or two-year LLM course from various universities or institutes. It also caters to students studying business laws in pursuance of CA, CS, MBA, and PGDM programs as well as aspirants of competitive examinations. With its comprehensive and exhaustive coverage of this area of law, it will also serve as a useful reference for teachers and researchers. Beginning with an introduction to business laws, the book goes on to explain the essentials of a valid contract, kinds of special contracts, and the contract of sale of goods. Further, it discusses the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 and the kinds of negotiable instruments, and explains the concept of intellectual property rights. The text concludes with a thorough and concise explanation of the key legal provisions of the Companies Act, 2013. All the provisions are explained, wherever necessary, with the help of decided cases and judgments of the High Courts and the Supreme Court of India.
- Provides questions at the end of each chapter in each part of the book to help in reviewing the chapter
- Recognizes issues of business compliances in a regulatory environment
- Analyses business situations in light of various regulatory provisions
- Converges business and law in Indian and global context