Mercantile Law for CA-CPT (Common Proficiency Test)

 
9788131799321: Mercantile Law for CA-CPT (Common Proficiency Test)

Key features based on the latest syllabus guidelines comprises over 300 examples and more than 60 case laws to stimulate legal acumen and deeper understanding of concepts more than 300 chapter-end multiple-choice questions with complete explanations chapter-end summaries for quick revision tabular representation of data for easy learning about the book: mercantile law for ca-cpt (common proficiency test) mercantile law for ca-cpt offers an exhaustive learning of the subject for the common proficiency test of the chartered accountancy course and covers a wide range of fundamental concepts, important terminologies, and situations associated with indian contract act, indian partnership act, and sale of goods act. Following an instructive, systematic and direct approach, the book explains each concept in a simplified and precise manner. Content 1: indian contract act 1: nature and types of contracts 2: offer and acceptance 3: consideration 4: capacity to contract 5: free consent 6: legality of an object 7: performance of contract 8: discharge of contract 9: remedies for breach of contract 10: special contracts 2: indian partnership act 1: formation of contract of sale 2: conditions and warranties 3: transfer of property 4: delivery of goods 5: unpaid seller and auction sale 3: sale of goods act 1: nature of partnership contract 2: formation and registration of partnership firm 3: relation of partners 4: reconstitution and dissolution of a firm about the author: mahipal jain, sripal jain sripal jain is a chartered accountant by profession and has been teaching accountancy at ca-cpt and ipcc level for more than seven years. He has been the idea behind many projects such as 100 pages to success, shortcut to ipcc, careers after +2. Mahipal jain is the director of k2 learning and part of the faculty of law.

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