OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Legal Aspects of Business (2nd edition)

ISBN : 9780199463169

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著者: 
Daniel Albuquerque
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The second edition of Legal Aspects of Business: Texts, Jurisprudence, and Cases is a comprehensive textbook designed especially for postgraduate students of business management. It presents a complete, all inclusive jurisprudence and supplements the concepts with numerous cases, exercises, and profiles of legal luminaries.

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PART I BUSINESS JURISPRUDENCE ; 1. Business Management and Jurisprudence ; 1.1 Legal Theory and Nature of Jurisprudence; 1.2 Definition, Scope, and Classification of Law; 1.3 Theories of Law; 1.4 Constituents of Law; 1.5 Origins of the Indian Legal System; 1.6 The Nature of the Indian Legal System; 1.7 The Administrative Structure of the Indian Legal System; 1.8 Relationship between Business and Law; 1.9 Principle of Commercial Jurisprudence; 1.10 Some Constitutional Aspects; 1.11 Manager and the Legal Environment; 1.12 Practical Ways to Read and Understand Legal Language ; PART II COMMERCIAL JURISPRUDENCE ; 2. The Indian Contract Act, 1872 ; 2.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 2.2 Understanding Definitions of Contract Law; 2.3 Communication, Acceptance, and Revocation of Proposals; 2.4 Agreement; 2.5 Offer; 2.6 Acceptance; 2.7 Rules of Communication of Offer, Acceptance, and Revocation; 2.8 Consideration ; 3. The Nature of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 79; 3.1 Violable Contracts and Void Agreements; 3.2 Void Contracts; 3.3 Contingent Contracts; 3.4 Performance and Discharge; 3.5 Relations Resembling Those Created by Contract or Quasi Contract; 3.6 Consequences of Breach of Contract ; 4. Undertaking by the Indian Contract Act, 1872 ; 4.1 Indemnity and Guarantee; 4.2 Bailment; 4.3 Pledge; 4.4 Agency, Appointment, and Authority of Agents ; 5. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 ; 5.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 5.2 Formation of the Contract - Agreement to Sell; 5.3 Goods - The Subject Matter of Contract of Sale; 5.4 Price; 5.5 Conditions and Warranties; 5.6 Effects of the Contract; 5.7 Performance of the Contract; 5.8 Rights of Unpaid Seller Against the Goods; 5.9 Suits of Breach of the Contract; 5.10 Implied Terms, Time, Auction, Tax, and Other Matters ; 6. The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 ; 6.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 6.2 Notes, Bills, and Cheques; 6.3 Hundi; 6.4 Negotiation; 6.5 Presentment; 6.6 Dishonour of a Negotiable Instrument; 6.7 Discharge of a Negotiable Instrument; 6.8 Rules of Evidence-Estoppel and International Law; 6.9 Banker and Customer ; 7. The Indian Partnership Act, 1932 ; 7.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 7.2 The Nature of Partnership; 7.3 Relations of Partners to One Another; 7.4 Dissolution of a Firm and Public Notice; 7.5 Limited Liability Partnership ; 8. The Companies Act: Transition from 1956 to 2013; 8.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 8.2 Objectives and Goals; 8.3 Major thrusts and General Provisions of the Act; 8.4 Comparative analysis; 8.5 Remarks on the New Act ; 9. The Companies Act, 2013 - the context and constitution of a company ; 9.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 9.2 The Context of a Company under the Companies Act, 2013; 9.3 The Constitution of a Company under the Companies Act, 2013 ; 10. The Companies Act, 2013 - The Administration and Management of a Company ; 10.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 10.2 Administration of a Company under the Companies Act, 2013; 10.3 Management of a Company under the Companies Act, 2013 ; 11. The Companies Act, 2013 -- The Control and Governance of a Company; 11.1 Introduction and interpretation; 11.2 Board of Directors, Directors and Officers of the Company; 11.3 Corporate Social Responsibility; 11.4 Control and Governance by Statutory Agencies of the Government ; 12. The Competition Act, 2002 ; 12.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 12.2 MRTP versus Competition; 12.3 Scope of Competition Act, 2002; 12.4 Prohibition of Certain Agreements, Abuse of Dominant Position and Regulation of Combinations; 12.5 Competition Commission of India ; 13. The Sick Industrial Companies Repeal Act, 2003, and Guidelines on Insolvency ; 13.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 13.2 The Sick Industrial Companies Act and the Repeal Act; 13.3 Agencies to Deal with Sick Companies and Dispute Resolution; 13.4 Guidelines on Insolvency ; 14. Law of Carriage of Goods ; 14.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 14.2 Definitions; 14.3 Carriage by Land, Sea, and Air ; 15. Consumer-related Laws ; 15.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 15.2 Consumer Protection Act, 1986; 15.3 Definitions; 15.4 Consumer Disputes Redressal Agencies; 15.5 Consumer Redressal System; 15.6 Allied Consumer Laws; 15.7 The Agricultural Produce (Grading and Marking) Act, 1937; 15.8 Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954; 15.9 Essential Commodities Act, 1955; 15.10 Prevention of Black Marketing and Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act, 1980; 15.11 Standards of Weights and Measures Act, 1976 and Enforcement Act, 1985; 15.12 Conclusion; 15.13 Hire-Purchase Act, 1972 ; 16. Economic Laws of Land and Property ; 16.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 16.2 Special Economic Zones Act, 2005; 16.3 Establishment of Special Economic Zone; 16.4 Authorities and Officials; 16.5 Facilities and Incentives; 16.6 Property Laws; 16.7 The Transfer of Property Act, 1882; 16.8 Land Acquisition Act, 1894; 16.9 Stamp Act, 1899; 16.10 Registration Act, 1908 ; PART III FINANCIAL JURISPRUDENCE ; 17. Laws of Securities Contract Regulation ; 17.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 17.2 The Securities Contracts Regulation Act, 1956; 17.3 Other Important Sections; 17.4 The Securities and Exchange Board of India, 1992; 17.5 Insider Trading ; 18. Banking Laws ; 18.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 18.2 Banking Regulation Act, 1949; 18.3 Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934; 18.4 Conclusion ; 19. Laws of Insurance ; 19.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 19.2 Insurance Act, 1938 - As Amended by Insurance (Amendment) Act, 2002; 19.3 Conclusion; 19.4 Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Act, 1999; 19.5 Actuaries Act, 2006; 19.6 Institute of Actuaries in India; 19.7 Actuary Mandated by IRDA ; 20. Laws of Taxation ; 20.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 20.2 Central Board of Revenue Act, 1963 551; 20.3 Income Tax Act, 1961; 20.4 Other Major Laws of Taxation ; 21. The Laws of Foreign Exchange and Prevention of Money Laundering ; 21.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 21.2 Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999; 21.3 Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 ; PART IV LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL JURISPRUDENCE ; 22. The Laws of Wages ; 22.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 22.2 The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 and the (Amendment) Act, 2005; 22.3 Wage-related Acts ; 23. The Laws of Workers' Social Security ; 23.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 23.2 The Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923 and Amendments Act ; 24. The Laws of Industrial Relations ; 24.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 24.2 The Trade Unions Act, 1926, and Amendments Act, 2001; 24.3 The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 ; PART V ASPECTS OF NEW ECONOMY AND JURISPRUDENCE ; 25. Laws Related to Information and Communication ; 25.1 Introduction and Interpretation ; 25.2 Information Technology Act, 2000 ; 25.3 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997 ; 26. Laws Related to Intellectual Property Rights ; 26.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 26.2 The Copyright Act, 1957; 26.3 The Patent Act, 1970; 26.4 The Trade Marks Act ; 27. Laws Related to Environmental Protection ; 27.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 27.2 The Environment Protection Act, 1986; 27.3 Acts Related to Environmental Protection ; PART VI JUDICIAL AND SOCIAL JURISPRUDENCE ; 28. Business and Criminal Liability ; 28.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 28.2 Acts Related to Criminal Liability of Business; 28.3 Classification of Evidence ; 29. Alternative Dispute Resolution ; 29.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 29.2 Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 ; 30. Basic Rights and Business ; 30.1 Introduction and Interpretation; 30.2 Basic Rights in Indian Context

著者について: 

Daniel Albuquerque, PhD, is the director of Alternative tech Foundation (AtF) of Biodiversity Conservation India Ltd (BCIL), Bangalore. Dr Albuquerque's experience spans across academic, corporate, political, and cultural fields both in India and abroad. He is associated with many management institutes in India and is a visiting professor at the Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany.

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