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Introduction and welcome

1. Module 1 - An insight into Business Law

OrientationFree

2. Module 2 - Introduction to Legal system

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Legal System

  • Intro to Legal SystemBuy
  • Civil and Criminal lawBuy
  • Sources of Law- PrecedentBuy
  • Sources of Law- Delegated LegislationBuy
  • Pillars of StateBuy
  • Process of Law makingBuy
  • ConstitutionBuy

3. Module 3 - Contract Act, 1872-Essentials

Chapter 2 - Offer, acceptance and revocationFree

  • Introduction to contract
  • Essential elements of offer/ proposalBuy
  • What is not an offerBuy
  • Termination of an offer- Revocation Buy
  • Termination of an offer- Counter offerBuy
  • Termination of an offer- OthersBuy
  • Essential elements of acceptanceBuy
  • Communication of acceptanceBuy
  • Revocation of acceptanceBuy

Chapter 3 - Validity of contracts and agreements

  • Valid, void and voidableBuy
  • Parties Competent to contract- MinorBuy
  • Parties Competent to contract- Disqualified by lawBuy
  • Parties Competent to contract- Unsound mindBuy
  • Essential elements of considerationBuy
  • Contracts without considerationBuy
  • Unlawful considerationBuy

Chapter 4 - Free consent and void agreements

  • CoercianBuy
  • Undue influenceBuy
  • FraudBuy
  • MisrepresentationBuy
  • MistakeBuy
  • Expressly declared void agreementsBuy

Chapter 5 - Contingent contract

  • EssentialsBuy
  • EnforceabilityBuy

4. Module 4 - Contract Act, 1872-Performance

Chapter 6 - Performance of contract- I

  • Contracts which must be performedBuy
  • Contracts need not be performedBuy
  • Appropriation of paymentsBuy

Chapter 7 - Performance of contract- II

  • Who can demand performanceBuy
  • Time place and order of performanceBuy

Chapter 8 - Relations resembling contracts

  • Quasi contractBuy

Chapter 9 - Consequences for breach of contract

  • Breach of contract Buy

Chapter 10 - Appointment and authority of agents

5. Module 5- Partnership act, 1932

6. Module 6 - Negotiable Instruments Act 1881

7. Module 7 - Other Business Laws