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Modern Business Law, 2nd ed., Reprint 2012 - B. S. Moshal

Author

B. S. Moshal

Cover Price : Rs 250.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789381162507
YOP : 2012

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 476
CD : No

About the Book :- Modern Business Law (Second Edition) occupies a significant place in the legal system that is designed for smooth functioning of a business. The subject is very interesting as well as scoring. The text matter of the subject has been designed to cater to the needs of B.Com(Hons.) students of Delhi University besides other universities throughout India. Salient features :- (i) The contents of various legal provisions have been interpreted in a simple and precise manner. (ii) To facilitate understanding of the legal Parisians required examples and leading cases have been cited frequently. (iii) Latest amendments specially in Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008 have been incorporated. (iv) Required commentary with the contents of various provisions particularly in Information Technology Act 2000 has been presented to simplify the text. Contents :- PART 1: INDIAN CONTRACT ACT 1872 1. Contract; Definition, Essentials and Types 2. Offer and Acceptance 3. Consideration 4. Contractual Capacity 5. Free Consent 6. Legality of Object 7. Agreement Expressly Declared Void 8. Quasi-Contracts and Contingent Contracts 9. Discharge of Contract 10. Performance of Contract 11. Breach of Contract 12. Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee 13. Contract of Agency 14. Contract of Bailment and Pledge PART 2: SALE OF GOODS ACT 1930 15. Law of Sale of Goods 16. Conditions and Warranties 17. Transfer of Ownership and Delivery of Goods 18. Unpaid Seller and his Rights PART 3: LIMITED LIABILITY ACT, 2008; 19. Introduction and Preliminary 20. Nature of Limited Liability Partnership 21. Incorporation of Limited Liability Partnership 22. Partner's Relations and Extent and Limitation of Liability of LIP and Partners 23. Contribution and Financial Disclosure 24. Investigation 25. Conversion into Limited Liability Partnership 26. Compromise, Arrangement or Reconstruction and Winding Up of LIP 27. Miscellaneous PART 4: IT ACT 2000 28. Introduction and Application of IT Act 29. Digital Signature and Electronic Governance 30. Regulation of Certifying Authorities 31. Cyber Contraventions, Adjudication and Offences. PART 5: THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT ACT, 1881 32. Introduction to Negotiable Instruments 33. Parties to A Negotiable Instrument 34. Negotiation and Assignment 35. Presentment, Discharge and Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument 36. Crossing and Bouncing of Cheque, Question Paper-I, Question Paper-II About the Author :- Dr. B.S. Moshal is an Associate Professor, in Department of Commerce, Zakir Hussain Post Graduate Evening College, University of Delhi. He is also the founder director of Delhi College of Advanced Studies (I.P. University). After completing his post graduation in Management, from Lucknow University, he did his Ph.D from, Delhi School of Economics, Department of Commerce, University of Delhi. He has more than two dozen articles and many working papers on public system and rural industrialization to his credit. He has written many books on Management and Business Organization and has been closely associated associated with the MBA Program of IGNOU. He is also a visiting faculty for several Business schools, and former Visiting Faculty for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).

Mercantile Law - B. S. Moshal

Author

B. S. Moshal

Cover Price : Rs 210.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 8180522156
YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 330
CD : No

DESCRIPTION :- Mercantile Law is a very interesting subject. The text of this subject has been designed to cater to the needs of the students appearing in the entrance examination of Chartered Accountancy (New scheme CPT). By presenting commentary on the centers of various legal provisions, the subject has been made easy and simple. SALIENT FEATURES :- • Simple and precise interpretation of the contents of various provisions has been presented in points. • Suitable examples and leading cases have been cited to facilitate understanding of the contents. • Objective type questions have been designed from the contents of the precisions to help the student in understanding pattern of those questions. CONTENTS :- • Preface • Introduction • PART - 1: INDIAN CONTRACT ACT 1872 • Contract; Definition, Essentials and Types • Offer and Acceptance • Consideration • Contractual Capacity • Free Consent • Legality of Object • Agreement Expressly Declared Void • Quasi-contracts and Contingent Contracts • Discharge of Contract • Performance of Contract • Breach of Contract • PART - 2 : SALE OF GOODS ACT 1930 • Law of Sale of Goods • Conditions and Warranties • Transfer of Ownership and Delivery of Goods • Unpaid Seller and his Rights • PART-3: INDIAN PARTNERSHIP ACT 1932 • Definition and Registration of Partnership • Rights, Duties and Relation of Partner • Dissolution of Partnership Firms. ABOUT THE AUTHOR :- Dr. B.S. Moshal is a senior reader, in Department of Commerce, Zakir Hussain Post Graduate Evening College, University of Delhi. He is also the founder director of Delhi College of Advanced Studies (I.P. University). After completing his post graduation in Management, from Lucknow University, he did his Ph.D from, Delhi School of Economics, Department of Commerce, University of Delhi. He has more than two dozen articles and many working paper on public system and rural industrialization to his credit. He has written many books on Management and Business Organization. He has been associated with MBA Program of IGNOU and has been a guide for more than seventy projects. He is also a visiting faculty in several Business school as well as the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).

Business & Industrial Law, Reprint 2011 - B. S. Moshal

Author

B. S. Moshal

Cover Price : Rs 250.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 8180522091
YOP : 2011

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 448
CD : No

About the Book :- The text of this book has been arranged and designed primarily to cater to the needs of B. Com students of Delhi University and other universities according to newly structured contents of the course. More importantly, to inspire learning and understanding of law, simple & lucid class teaching language has been used. Attempts have been made to provide necessary explanation of various provisions in points and in a simple and effective manner. Explanation of provisions is backed by suitable examples and leading case studies, to enhance understanding of the readers. The subject matter of the book revolves around four important Acts i.e. Indian Contract Act, Sale of Goods Act, Partnership Act, Negotiable Instrument Act and three Acts of Industrial Law i.e. The Payment of wage Act, Payment of Bonus Act and Payment of Gratuity Act. Salient Features :- • Text has been presented in simple and effective manner • Simple & lucid class teaching language has been used • More emphasis has been placed on explanation to contents of the provision • To facilitate understanding of the subject, examples and leading cases have been cited. Contents :- Part A. Indian Contract Act. 1. Introduction, Essentials of Valid Contract and Types. 2. Offer and Acceptance 3. Law Ful Considerate 4. Contractual Capacity 5. Free Consent 6. Legality of Object 7. Expressly Declared Void Agreement 8. Quasi Contract and Contingent Contract 9. Discharge of Contract 10. Performance of Contract 11. Breach of Contract 12. Contract of Indemnity & Guarantee 13. Contract of Agency Part B. Sale of Goods Act 1930, 14. Introduction 15. Conditions and Warranties 16. Transfer of Ownership and Delivery of Goods. 17. Unpaid Seller Part C. Negotiable Instrument Act, 18. Negotiation Instrument Definition, Features & Type 19. Parties of Negotiable Instrument 20. Negotiable and Assignment 21. Present Discharge and Dishonor of Negotiable Instrument 22. Crossing and Bouncing of Cheque Part D. Indian Partnership Act, 23. Introduction Definite 24. Legislation 25. Rights, Duties & Relationship of Partners 26. Dissolution of Partnership Firms Part E. Industrial Law, 25. Payment of Wages Act 26. Payment of Bonus Act 27. Payment of Gratuity Act. About the Author :- Dr. B.S. Moshal in a senior reader, in Department of Commerce, Zakir Hussain Post Graduate Evening College, University of Delhi. He is also the founder director of Delhi College of Advanced Studies (I.P. University). After completing his post graduation in Management, from Lucknow University, he did his Ph.D from, Delhi School of Economics, Department of Commerce, University of Delhi. He has more than two dozen articles and many working papers on public system and rural industrialization to his credit. He has written many books on Management and Business Organization. He has been associated with MBA Program of IGNOU and has been a guide for more than seventy projects. He is also a visiting faculty in several Business schools as well as the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).

An Easy Approach to Corporate Laws, 3E - J.P. Sharma

Author

J.P. SHARMA

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789386761583
YOP : 2018

Binding : Paperback
Size : 6.25" X 9.50"
Total Pages : 488
CD : No

About the Book Foremost aim while writing this book has been to produce a text that presents the law in a most simple and readable manner. To assist the students in understanding the law better, the provisions in this book at various places have been broken in graphic display. Flow charts and graphs not only provide a quick visual guide through the subject but also provide a speedy and easy understanding of the key points, especially when revising for examinations To ensure clarity and easy understanding of the subject, each concept has been supported by judicial interpretations and case laws, at appropriate places. Based on the provisions of Companies Act, 2013 as amended in January 2018, the five units in the book include company and its formation; documents and share capital; management and meetings; dividend, accounts, audit; and the last unit contains DepositoryAct, 1996. Contents : Unit-I Company and its Formation 1. Administration of Company Law 2. Company, its Characteristics and Types 3. Formation of a Company, Review Questions; Unit-II Documents and Share Capital 4. Memorandum of Association 5. Articles of Association 6. Prospectus and Allotment of Securities 7. Share Capital 8. Membership of a Company, Review Questions; Unit-Ill Management and Meetings 9. Corporate Board and its Powers 10. Company Meetings, Review Questions; Unit-IV Dividend, Accounts, and Audit 11. Dividend 12. Winding Up of a Company, Review Questions; Unit-V The DepositoriesAct, 1996, 13. The Depositories Act, 1996, Review Questions, Examination Papers About the Author J. P. Sharma (Jai Prakash Sharma) is a Professor of Law & Corporate Governance, and the immediate past Head and Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Business at the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. In the last over four decades of his academic career, he has taught at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level and has held several academic and administrative positions. He has supervised 26 PhDs, 30 M.Phil dissertations. He has authored 20 books and over 100 research papers/articles published in several national and international journals of repute. He is/has been Visitor's (President of India)/Central Government Nominee on number of Central Universities including University of Allahabad, BHU, NEHU, Sikkim, Tripura and HNB Garhwal, University of Jammu, and Central University of South Bihar. He is a Fellow Member of the ICSI and Member of several other professional bodies including ILI, ISTD, IMA, ICPS, and ICA. He is Member of the Editorial Advisory Boards of around a dozen internationally reputed journals. He has participated as an expert in over 150 national and international conferences/seminars/special lectures/panel discussions, delivered keynote and chaired various technical and valedictory sessions. He was selected from the country to attend the three days Corporate Governance Board Leadership Training Programme organised by the IFC (a World Bank Group) acting through the Global Corporate Governance Forum, USA. He has widely travelled to countries like USA, UK, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, China, Brazil, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Greece, Malta, Haiti, Jamaica, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Nepal.

Cyber Laws - J.P. Sharma and Sunaina Kanojia

Author

J.P. Sharma
Sunaina Kanojia

Cover Price : Rs 150.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789385462313
YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Size : 6.25" X 9.50"
Total Pages : 126
CD : No

About the Book Foremost aim while writing this book has been to produce a text that is broadly all-inclusive in nature and presents the law in a most simple and readable manner. To ensure clarity and easy understanding of the subject, each concept has been supported by judicial interpretations and case laws, at appropriate places.The book provides an assessment of the laws governing Information Technology and Cyber- crime in India. The book also covers emerging areas such as e-business and its framework; digital signature; electronic governance and records; regulatory framework; provisions on enalties and adjudication. - Contents 1. Introduction to Electronic Business (E-Business) 2. The E-Business Framework and its Facilitators 3. Objectives, Applicability & Definitions 4. Digital Signature and Digital Signature Certificates 5. Electronic Governance and Records 6. Regulatory Framework 7. Penalties and Adjudication, Review Questions, Practical Problems. About the Author Dr. J.P. Sharma, currently Head, Department of Commerce, and formerly Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Business, is a Professor of Law & Corporate Governance at the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. He has held several academic and administrative positions in his academic career spanning over the last 40 years,. He has supervised 22 Ph.Ds, 24 M.Phil dissertations. He has authored 15 books and around 100 research papers/articles published in several national and international journals of repute. He has participated as an expert in over 150 national and international conferences and seminars and chaired various technical and valedictory sessions. He was selected from the country to attend the three days Corporate Governance Board Leadership Training Programme organised by the IFC (World Bank Group) acting through the Global Corporate Governance Forum, USA. Dr. Sunaina Kanojia is an Associate professor at the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, DU. Her areas of research include Business & Corporate Laws, Labour Laws and Corporate Governance. An alumnus of Kamla Nehru College, she obtained her M.Com, M.Phil and PhD from the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics. She has been awarded with junior research fellowship from UGC in 2005. She has co-authored three books and many articles/papers in both national and international journals of repute. She has attended about a dozen national and international conferences in India and abroad. She has visited Mauritius under the UGC-TEC Consortium Agreement 2010, for five weeks to deliver a series of lectures at the Faculty of Law and Management, University of Mauritius. She is the Associate editor of the bi-annual journal of department of commerce titled "Journal of Commerce and Business Studies" and the quarterly newsletter "Reflection" published by the Department.

Human Rights and Narrated Lives : The Ethics of Recognition - Kay Schaffer and Sidonie Smith

Author

Kay Schaffer
Sidonie Smith

Cover Price : Rs 2,495.00

Imprint : Palgrave / Macmillan
ISBN : 9781137582461
YOP : 2016

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 316
CD : No

About the Book Personal narratives have become one of the most potent vehicles for advancing human rights claims across the world. These two contemporary domains, personal narrative and human rights, literature and international politics, are commonly understood to operate on separate planes. This study however, examines the ways these intersecting realms unfold and are enfolded in one another in ways both productive of and problematic for the achievement of social justice. Human Rights and Narrated Lives explores what happens when autobiographical narratives are produced, received, and circulated in the field of human rights. It asks how personal narratives emerge in local settings; how international rights discourse enables and constrains individual and collective subjectivities in narration; how personal narratives circulate and take on new meanings in new contexts; and how and under what conditions they feed into, affect, and are affected by the reorganizations of politics in the post cold war, postcolonial, globalizing human rights contexts. To explore these intersections, the authors attend the production, circulation, reception, and affective currents of stories in action across local, national, transnational, and global arenas. They do so by looking at five case studies: in the context of the Truth and Reconciliation processes in South Africa; the National Inquiry into the Forced Removal of Indigenous Children from their Families in Australia; activism on behalf of former 'comfort women' from South/East Asia; U.S. prison activism; and democratic reforms in the aftermath of the Tiananmen Square Massacre in China. CONTENTS Conjunctions: Life Narratives in the Field of Human Rights The Venues of Storytelling Truth, Reconciliation, and the Traumatic Past of South Africa Indigenous Human Rights in Australia: Who Speaks for the Stolen Generations? Belated Narrating: “Grandmothers” Telling Stories of Forced Sexual Slavery During World War II Life Sentences: Narrated Lives and Prisoner Rights in The United States Post-Tiananmen Narratives and the New China Conclusion Reviews "Schaffer and Smith's book is stunning and pathbreaking. Its narratives profoundly translate into human terms the meanings of sexual servitude, political repression, the theft of children, and more. Through its theory of narratives, the book frames a new vision of justice that links literature (storytelling) to politics (social movements) to law (human rights). A must-read for all advocates of social justice." - Eric K. Yamamoto, Professor of Law, University of Hawaii, and author of the award-winning book Interracial Justice: Conflict and Reconciliation in Post-Civil Rights America "Eloquent testimony to the power of narrative and personal testimony, Human Rights and Narrated Lives tells of Korean comfort women, kidnapped children, torture victims, and political prisoners - a chorus of voices demanding recognition. Simply the best book on the role of storytelling in the search for justice." - Richard Delgado, Professor of Law & Derrick Bell Fellow in Law, University of Pittsburgh "This book brings to light important alternative perspectives to those offered by governments and the media. It personalizes and humanizes, through its narratives, these traumatic world events." - Pat Chew, Professor of Law and editor of The Conflict and Culture Reader "This book brings together two significant features of our times: the vocabulary of human rights and the technique of personal storytelling. It weaves politics and literature together to provide a rich and productive analysis of the global fight for justice. The book shows us that there are many ways of recognizing injustice and abuse of rights and the value of the narratives of peoples' lives in making the case for action to promote justice." - Hilary Charlesworth, Professor of International Law, The Australian National University

Business and Corporate Law - B.S. Moshal

Author

B.S. Moshal

Cover Price : Rs 375.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9381162026
YOP : 2011

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 664
CD : No

About the Book Business and Corporate Law, occupy an important place in the entire economic legal system, which ensures smooth functioning of the business. The proposed book on this subject will meet the requirements of the students of MBA and is as per the syllabus of UPTU (GBTU and MMTU) and UKTU. Contents UNIT I CONTRACT ACT, 1872; 1.Contract: Definition, Essentials and Types, 2. Offer and Acceptance, 3. Consideration, 4. Contractual Capacity, 5. Free Consent, 6. Legality of Object, 7. Agreement Expressly Declared Void, 8. Quasi-Contracts and Contingent Contracts, 9. Discharge of Contract, 10. Performance of Contract, 11. Breach of Contract, 12. Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee, 13. Contract of Agency 14. Contract of Bailment and Pledge; UNIT II INDIAN PARTNERSHIP ACT, 1932, SALE OF GOODS ACT, 1930; 15. Definition and Registration of Partnership, 16. Rights, Duties and Relation of Partner, 17. Dissolution of Partnership Firms, 18. Law of Sale of Goods, 19. Conditions and Warranties, 20. Transfer of Ownership and Delivery of Goods, 21. Unpaid Seller and His Rights, UNIT III NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT ACT, 1881, COMANIES ACT, 1956; 22. Introduction to Negotiable Instruments, 23. Parties to a Negotiable Instrument, 24. Negotiation and Assignment, 25. Presentment, Discharge and Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument, 26. Crossing and Bouncing of Cheque, 27. Meaning and Nature of Company, 28. Types of Companies, 29. Formation and Registration of Company, 30. Principle Documents, 31. Directors, 32. Meetings and Proceedings, 33. Winding Up; UNIT IV CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 1986, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000, 34. Introduction and Application, 35. Consumer Protection Councils, 36. Consumer Disputes Redressal Agencies, 37. Introduction and Application of IT Act, 38. Digital Signature and Electronic Governance, 39. Regulation of Certifying Authorities, 40. Cyber Contraventions, Adjudication and Offences. About the Author Dr. B.S.Moshal is an Associate Professor, in Department of Commerce, Zakir Hussain Postgraduate Evening College, University of Delhi. He is also the founder director of Delhi College of Advanced Studies (I.P. University). After completing his postgraduation in Management, from Lucknow University, he did his Ph.D from Delhi School of Economics, Department of Commerce, University of Delhi. He has more than two dozen articles and many working papers on Public system and Rural Industrialisation to his credit. He has written many books on Management and Business Organisation and has been closely associated with the MBA Program of IGNOU. He is also a Visiting Faculty for several Business schools, and former Visiting Faculty for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)

Easy Approach to Company and Compensation Laws: B.Com (Sem-3) (9789382127017) - J.P. Sharma

Author

J.P. Sharma

Cover Price : Rs 295.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9382127017
YOP : 2012

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 530
CD : No

About the Book Foremost aim while writing this book has been to produce a text that is broadly comprehensive in nature and presents the law in a most simple and readable manner. To assist the students in understanding the law better, the provisions in this book at various places have been broken in graphic display. Flow charts and graphs not only provide a quick visual guide through the subject but also provide a quick and easy understanding of the key points, especially when revising for examinations. To ensure clarity and easy understanding of the subject, each concept has been supported by judicial interpretations and case laws, at appropriate places. The chapters in the book include provisions on the Companies Act, Employees State Insurance Act, 1948, Minimum Wages Act, 1948, and Employees Compensation Act, 1923 Contents Part-I Company Law; 1. Historical Background 2. Company 3. Formation of a Company 4. Memorandum of Association 5. Articles of Association 6. Prospectus 7. Share and Share Capital 8. Company Directors 9. Company Meetings 10. Dividend 11. Winding Up of a Company 12. Emerging Issues in Corporate Laws Part-II Compensation Laws; 13. Employees State Insurance Act, 1948; 14. Minimum Wages Act, 1948,15. Employees Compensation Act, 1923 About the Author Professor Jai Prakash Sharma, M.Com, LL.B, Dip T&D, FCS, Ph.D, is a Professor of Law and Corporate Governance at the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. In the last 40 years of his academic career, he has supervised 14 PhDs and 20 M.Phil dissertations. He has authored 12 books and over 80 research papers/articles published in several national and international journals of repute. His book titled ‘Corporate Governance, Business Ethics & CSR’, has on it review written by Sir Adrian Cadbury who in 1992 gave the world its first code on corporate governance. He is/has been Visitor’s (President of India) Nominee on number of central universities including BHU, NEHU, Sikkim Central University, Tripura Central University and HNB Garhwal Central University. He has participated as an expert in over 100 national and international conferences/seminars/special lectures/panel discussions and chaired various technical and valedictory sessions. He has widely travelled to countries like USA, Russia, Brazil, UK, Republic of Ireland, North Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Greece, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Sri Lanka.

AN EASY APPROACH TO BUSINESS LAWS, 2nd Updated Edition - J.P. SHARMA

Author

J.P. SHARMA
SUNAINA KANOJIA

Cover Price : Rs 395.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789382127734
YOP : 2015

Binding : Paperback
Size : 7.25" X 9.5"
Total Pages : 624
CD : No

About the Book Foremost aim while writing this book has been to produce a text that is broadly comprehensive in nature and presents the law in a most simple and readable manner. To assist the students in understanding the law better, the provisions in this book at various places have been broken in graphic display. Flow charts and graphs not only provide a quick visual guide through the subject but also provide a quick and easy understanding of the key points, especially when revising for examinations. To ensure clarity and easy understanding of the subject, each concept has been supported by judicial interpretations and case laws, at appropriate places. The chapters in the book include provisions on Indian Contract Act, 1872; Sale of Goods Act, 1930; Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008; and the Information Technology Act, 2000. Contents Unit I - Indian Contract Act, 1872 1. Nature and Type of Contracts 2. Offer and Acceptance 3. Consideration 4. Capacity to Contract 5. Free Consent 6. Legality of Consideration and Objects 7. Void Agreements 8. Quasi Contracts 9. Contingent Contract 10 . Remedies for Breach of Contract 11. Idemnity and Guarantee 12. Bailment 13. Contract of Agency Unit II - Sale of Goods Act, 1930 14. Nature of Contract of Sale 15. Conditions and Warranty 16. Transfer of Ownership 17. Performance of a Contract of Sale 18. Rights of Unpaid Seller 19. Auction Sale Unit III - The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 1872 20. LLP and Its Incorporation 21. Partner’s Relations, Liability and Contribution 22. Financial Disclosures and Assignment of Rights 23. Investigation 24. Conversion to LLP 25. Foreign Limited Liability Partnership 26. Compromise, Arrangement or Reconstruction of LLP 27. Winding Up and Dissolution 28. Taxation of LLP 29. Miscellaneous Provisions Unit IV - The Information Technology Act, 2000 30. Objective, Applicability and Definitions 31. Digital Signature and Digital Signature Certificates 32. Electronic Governance and Records 33. Regulations of Certifying Authorities 34. Penalties and Adjudications Index About the Authors Professor J.P. Sharma is Head, Department of Commerce, and Dean Faculty of Commerce & Business at the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. In the last over 40 years of his academic career, he has held several academic and administrative positions. He has supervised 15 PhDs, 21 M.Phil dissertations. He has authored 14 books and over 80 research papers/articles published in several national and international journals of repute. His book titled Corporate Governance, Business Ethics & CSR (for PG students), has on it review written by Sir Adrian Cadbury who in 1992 gave the world its first code on corporate governance. He is Visitors (President of India) Nominee on number of central universities including BHU, Allahabad, NEHU, Sikkim, Tripura and HNB Garhwal University. He is Fellow Member of the ICSI and Member of several other professional bodies including ILI, ISTD, IMA, ICPS, and ICA. He is Member of the Editorial Advisory Boards of number of internationally reputed journals. He has participated as an expert in over 100 national and international conferences/seminars/special lectures/panel discussions, delivered key note and chaired various technical and valedictory sessions. Last year, he was invited by the Department of Management at the Kings College, London to deliver special lecture to the PG students; and to deliver Key Note address in a two days ITAR Conf at the University of London Union. In 2011, he was invited by the London based World Council for Corporate Governance & IOD to address the delegates in a 3 days Global Convention-cum-GOLDEN PEACOCK awarding ceremony at London. He presented research papers at the UCD Dublin in July, 2011; the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Sept, 2010; at University of Oxford, UK in July 2010 and at the Birmingham Business School, UK in June 2009. He was selected from the country to attend the three days Corporate Governance Board Leadership Training Programme organised by the IFC (a World Bank Group) acting through the Global Corporate Governance Forum, USA. He has widely travelled to countries like USA, UK, Russia, China, Brazil, Republic of Ireland, North Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Greece, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Sri Lanka. Sunaina Kanojia, M.Com, M.Phil, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. Her areas of research include Business & Corporate Laws, Labour Laws and Corporate Governance. An alumnus of Kamala Nehru College, she obtained her M.Com, M. Phil. and Ph.D from the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics. She has been awarded with Junior Research Fellowship from UGC in 2005. She has co-authored a book and published couple of articles/research papers in the journals of repute. She has presented research papers and attended over a dozen national and international conferences in India and abroad. At present, four PhD and nine M.Phil students are pursuing their research under her supervision. She visited Mauritius under the 4th UGC-TEC Consortium Agreement 2010, for five weeks to deliver a series of lectures at the Faculty of Law and Management, University of Mauritius. She is a life member of Indian Commerce Association and member of Editorial Advisory Board of Envision, An International Journal of Commerce and Management.

Essentials of Business and Industrial Laws

Author

B.S. Moshal

Cover Price : Rs 275.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789381162644
YOP : 2012

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 452
CD : No

About the Book This book has been designed to fulfill the needs of the students as per he latest structured B.Com Course of Delhi University. The book covers the basic knowledge of updated and restructured contents of “Business and Industrial Laws” to the readers. The text has been organized into four parts. The first three parts deal with business law including LLP Act which is recently included in the syllabus. The fourth part consists of prescribed courses on industrial Law which includes The Payment of Wages Act, The Payment of Bonus Act and The Payment of Gratuity Act. The book has been written in more precise and lucid manner which helps students to make easy understanding of the subject. Contents PART 1 INDIAN CONTRACT ACT 1872; 1. Contract; Definition, Essentials and Types 2. Offer and Acceptance 3. Consideration 4. Contractual Capacity 5. Free Consent 6. Legality of Object 7. Agreement Expressly Declared Void 8. Quasi-Contracts and Contingent Contracts 9. Discharge of Contract 10. Performance of Contract 11. Breach of Contract 12. Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee 13. Contract of Agency 14. Contract of Bailment and Pledge; PART 2 SALE OF GOODS ACT 1930; 15. Law of Sale of Goods 16. Conditions and Warranties 17. Transfer of Ownership and Delivery of Goods 18. Unpaid Seller and His Rights; PART 3 THE LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP ACT 2008; 19. Introduction and preliminary 20. Nature of Limited Liability Partnership 21. Incorporation of Limited Liability Partnership 22. Partner’s Relations and Extend and Limitation of Liability of LLP and Partnership 23. Contribution of Financial Disclosure 24. Investigation 25. Conversion into Limited Liability Partnership 26. Compromise, Arrangement or Reconstruction and Winding up of LLP 27. Miscellaneous; PART 4 INDUSTRIAL LAW 28 . Payment of Wages Act 1936, 29 Payment of Bonus Act 1965, 30.Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, Question Paper-1, Question Paper-II About the Author Dr.B.S.Moshal is an Associate Professor in Department of Commerce, Zakir Husain Postgraduate Evening College, University of Delhi. He is also the Founder Director of Delhi College of Advanced Studies (I.P.University). After completing his postgraduation in Management, from Lucknow University, he did his Ph.D from, Delhi School of Economics, Department of Commerce, University of Delhi. He has more than two dozen articles and many working papers on Public system and Rural Industrialisation to his credit. He has written many books on Management and Business Organisation and has been closely associated with the MBA Program of IGNOU. He is also a Visiting Faculty for several Business schools, and Former Visiting Faculty for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).

Legal Aspects of Business - Sunaina Kanojia and J.P. Sharma

Author

Sunaina Kanojia
J.P. Sharma

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789385462702
YOP : 2017

Binding : Paperback
Size : 6.25" X 9.50"
Total Pages : 434
CD : No

About the Book: The book attempts to explain the commercial laws indispensable for initiating and operating a business in the present era. Foremost aim while writing this book has been to produce a text that is broadly comprehensive in nature and presents the law in a most simple and readable manner. To assist the students in understanding the law better, the provisions in this book at various places have been broken in graphic display. Flow charts and graphs not only provide a quick visual guide through the subject but also provide a quick and easy understanding of the key points, especially when revising for examinations. The chapters in the book include provisions on Indian Contract Act, 1872; Sale of Goods Act, 1930; Limited Liability PartnershipAct, 2008; Information TechnologyAct, 2000 and the Right to Information Act, 2005. Contents : 1. Contracts 2. Offer and Acceptance 3. Consideration 4. Capacity to Contract 5. Free Consent 6. Legality of Consideration and Object 7. Void Agreements 8. Quasi-Contracts 9. Discharge of Contract 10. Remedies for Breach of Contract 11. Indemnity and Guarantee 12. Bailment 13. Contract of Agency. Sale of Goods Act, 1930 14. Contract of Sale 15. Conditions and Warranty 16. Transfer of Ownership 17. Performance of a Contract of Sale 18. Rights of Unpaid Seller. The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 19. LLP and its Features 20. Partners in LLP 21. Conversion to LLP 22. Foreign LLP 23. Winding Up 24. Taxation of LLP The Information Technology Act, 2000 25. Definitions 26. Digital Signature 27. Electronic Governance 28. Certifying Authorities 29. Penalties and Adjudications. The Right to Information Act, 2005 30. The Right to Information Act, 2005. About the Authors: Dr. Sunaina Kanojia is Associate Professor in the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, and the Deputy Proctor at the University of Delhi. Her areas of interest include Business Laws, Industrial Laws, Cyber Laws and Financial Planning. She has co-authored number of books and more than a dozen research papers in both national and international journals of repute. Her recent papers have been awarded as best papers in International conferences and are on SSRNs Top Ten Papers download lists. She has visited number of countries for conferences and Mauritius under the 4th UGC-TEC Consortium Agreement 2010, for series of lectures at the Faculty of Law and Management, University of Mauritius. She is the Editor of the bi annual journal "Journal of Commerce and Business Studies" and the quarterly newsletter "Reflection" published by the Department of Commerce, University of Delhi. Prof J P Sharma is Director, IMS (Gzb) and the immediate past Head and Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Business at the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. In the last over 44 years of his academic career, he has held several academic and administrative positions. He has supervised 25 PhDs, 27 M.Phil dissertations. He has authored 19 books and over 100 research papers/articles published in several national and international journals of repute. He is/has been Visitors (President of India)/Central Government Nominee on the University of Allahabad, BHU, NEHU, Sikkim, Tripura and HNB Garhwal University, and Central University of South Bihar. He is Member of the Editorial Advisory Boards of around a dozen internationally reputed journals. He has participated as an expert in over 150 national and international conferences/seminars/special lectures/panel discussions, delivered keynote and chaired various technical and valedictory sessions. He has widely travelled to over 30 countries for lectures and conferences.

e-Business ane Cyber Laws - Sunaina Kanojia and J.P. Sharma

Author

Sunaina Kanojia
J.P. Sharma

Cover Price : Rs 195.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789385462719
YOP : 2017

Binding : Paperback
Size : 6.80” X 9.50”
Total Pages : 180
CD : No

About the Book Foremost aim while writing this book has been to produce a text that is broadly all-inclusive in nature and presents the law in a most simple and readable manner. To ensure clarity and easy understanding of the subject, each concept has been supported by judicial interpretations and case laws, at appropriate places. The book provides an assessment of the laws governing Information Technology and Cyber- crime in India. It expounds the link from E Business to cyber laws and the requisites of cyber security for digital India. The book also covers practical application of cyber law in the area of E Business along with the emerging concepts like digital wallets, prepaid payment instruments, digital lockers. Contents 1. Information Technology and Business 2. E-Commerce and E-Business Models 3. E-Business Models and E-Payments 4. Conceptual Framework of Information Technology Act, 2000 5. Digital Lockers 6. Digital Signature and Digital Signature Certificates 7. Electronic Governance and Records 8. Regulatory Framework 9. Penalties, Adjudication and Offenses About the Authors Dr. Sunaina Kanojia is Associate Professor in the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, and the Deputy Proctor at the University of Delhi. Her areas of interest include Business Laws, Industrial Laws, Cyber Laws and Financial Planning. She has co-authored number of books and more than a dozen research papers in both national and international journals of repute. Her recent papers have been awarded as best papers in International conferences and are on SSRNs Top Ten Papers download lists. She has visited number of countries for conferences and Mauritius under the 4th UGC-TEC Consortium Agreement 2010, for series of lectures at the Faculty of Law and Management, University of Mauritius. She is the Editor of the bi annual journal "Journal of Commerce and Business Studies" and the quarterly newsletter "Reflection" published by the Department of Commerce, University of Delhi. Prof J P Sharma is Director, IMS (Gzb) and the immediate past Head and Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Business at the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. In the last over 44 years of his academic career, he has held several academic and administrative positions. He has supervised 25 PhDs, 27 M.Phil dissertations. He has authored 19 books and over 100 research papers/articles published in several national and international journals of repute. He is/has been Visitors (President of India)/Central Government Nominee on the University of Allahabad, BHU, NEHU, Sikkim, Tripura and HNB Garhwal University, and Central University of South Bihar. He is Member of the Editorial Advisory Boards of around a dozen internationally reputed journals. He has participated as an expert in over 150 national and international conferences/seminars/special lectures/panel discussions, delivered keynote and chaired various technical and valedictory sessions. He has widely travelled to over 30 countries for lectures and conferences.

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Business Ethics and CSR - With Case Studies and Major Corporate Scandals, 2nd Edn - J.P. Sharma

Author

J.P. Sharma

Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789383656929
YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Size : 7.25" X 9.50"
Total Pages : 1040
CD : No

Reviews : "Professor Sharmas book is a contemporary guide to the subject as a whole. Clearly his book will be of direct value to those studying and teaching the way in which companies are and should be governed, but it will also be of value to those concerned with the governance of a much wider range of institutions in the public and voluntary sectors." - Sir Adrian Cadbury "It seems like anything in the area of ethics and CSR that has happened anywhere in the world, Professor Sharmas book has it. His analyses are very insightful and reflect the depth of his knowledge and understanding of the subject." - Prof. A. D. Amar "Professor Sharma continues as a recognized champion of corporate governance, and his work in this new edition shows us why precisely this is so. One of the many strengths of his long standing work on corporate governance lies in his ability to bring theory and practice together clearly and concisely." - Erik Banks "This second edition bears testimony to the scholarship and diligence you have brought to the task not only thoroughly revising material to bring it up-to-date but in adding new thoughts which reflect current thinking. What I particularly like about this volume is that issues like whistle blowing, corporate funding of political parties and shareholder activism are handled." - Prof. Stuart Locke Contents : 1. Historical Background 2. Politics And Governance 3. Understanding A Corporate 4. Understanding Corporate Management 5. Understanding Corporate Governance 6. Corporate Boards And Its Powers 7. Women On Corporate Boards 8. Role And Functions Of Board Committees 9. Meetings Of Board 10. Regulatory Framework Of Corporate Governance (Country-Wise) 11. Major Corporate Scandals Worldwide 12. Corporate Scams In India 13. Codes And Standards On Corporate Governance 14. Initiatives In India 15. Electronic Initiatives In Corporate Governance 16. Class Action 17. Whistleblowing And Corporate Governance 18. Corporate Funding Of Political Parties 19. Shareholder Activism 20. Business Ethics 21. Corporate Social Responsibility About the Author : Dr. J.P. Sharma, currently Head, Department of Commerce, and formerly Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Business, is a Professor of Law & Corporate Governance at the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. He has held several academic and administrative positions in his academic career spanning over the last 40 years,. He has supervised 22 Ph.Ds, 24 M.Phil dissertations. He has authored 15 books and around 100 research papers/articles published in several national and international journals of repute. He has participated as an expert in over 150 national and international conferences and seminars and chaired various technical and valedictory sessions. He was selected from the country to attend the three days Corporate Governance Board Leadership Training Programme organised by the IFC (World Bank Group) acting through the Global Corporate Governance Forum, USA.


   

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