Why should I take this certification?
Business laws are the laws which govern how to form and run a business. Business laws establish the rules to be followed by all businesses. This course covers various areas in-laws of contracts, indemnity, bailment, partnerships, the law of insurance, special contracts, IRDA, company law and industrial law.
How will I benefit from this certification?
Companies specializing in legal or compliance constantly hire skilled Business Law Analysts. Various public and private companies also need Business Law Analysts for their legal or compliance departments.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Law of Contracts
- Nature of Contracts
- Offer or Proposal
- Capacity of Parties
- Free Consent
- Legality of Consideration and Object
- Contingent Contracts and Wagering Contracts
- Quasi Contracts
- Performance of Contract
- Discharge of Contract
- Remedies for Breach of Contract
- Indemnity and Guarantee
- Bailment and Pledge
- Sale of Goods Act,
- Negotiable Instruments Act,
Law of Insurance
- Life Insurance
- General Insurance
- Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA)
- Definition and Nature of a Company
- Kinds of Companies
- Formation and Incorporation of a Company
- Memorandum of Association
- Articles of Association
- Membership in a Company
- Share Capital
- Application and Allotment of Shares
- Calls and Forfeiture of Shares
- Share Certificate and Share Warrant
- Transfer and Transmission of Shares
- Borrowing Powers
- Other Managerial Personnel
- Company Secretary
- Accounts and Audit
- Supremacy of Majority and Protection of Minority
- Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement
- Compromises, Arrangements and Reconstructions
- Winding up of a Company
- The Factories Act,
- The Industrial Disputes Act,
- The Trade Unions Act,
- The Minimum Wages Act,
- The Employees’ State Insurance Act
- The Consumer Protection Act,
- Pollution Control Act