The course “India Start-up & Small Business Registration and Business Law”will discuss about the concept of Business law and its possible outreach and starting up the business, also this course will develop the better insight on Registration Process of the firm. This course also covers the imperative idea on mercantile law and also throws light on companies and its registration process. Further it also covers the issue relating to business opening outside India.
Expose students to a wide spectrum of disciplinary approaches to legal studies. Further this course will gain an understanding of the international issues in regard to setting up business abroad in wider and multiple ways. Also to develop the ability for independent analysis of the interplay between various forms of business running across the world .Also to enhance the student’s ability to use the appropriate research methods and tools in the framework of an independent research project in regard to business law . To provide the brief idea about the frame work of Indian Business Laws.
To orient students, about the legal aspects of business.business law course is designed to provide college students with an know-how of the legal and ethical environment in which enterprise selections are made. Students may learn of the complexity of prison guidelines, rules, and courtroom choices affecting organisation regulation, employment regulation, and the law of commercial enterprise corporations.
Students will continue to expand the analytical reasoning and writing competencies you found out in enterprise law Also they will read court docket selections, put together written briefs of the selections, orally shield your interpretations of the instances, and solution hypothetical questions in open magnificence discussion. Students are also endorsed to touch upon and examine the law. Students will learn to discover the functions and guidelines in the regulation, to examine diverse styles of doing enterprise, and to recollect social, financial, and ethical impacts at the law.
Module 1-Glimpse of Business Law
b)History of Business law
c)Various forms of business
d) Concept of Business
Module 2-Multiple types of Business Organisations
a) Formation and registration of NGO
b)Characteristics of Business law
c) Objectives of Business
d)Meaning of mercantile law
e) Origin, Sources of Mercantile law
f) Mercantile law in India
Module 3-Choice of Business Organisations
a)Choice of Business Organisation: Overview
b) Different Forms of Business Organisations & its Registration
b) Setting up business outside India & related issues
Module 4-Various Initial Registrations and Licences
a)Overview of Partnership & partners
b)Rights & liabilities of a partner
d)Features of Partnership
c) Registration procedure
d)Overview of Effect of Non Registration
Module 5-start-ups & Registration
a)Various sorts of companies
b) Winding up of company
Module 6-The Sale of Goods Act 1930
a) Introduction, Definitions (Sec-2),
bTypes of Goods,
c) Distinction between ‘sale’ and ‘agreement of sell
d) Distinction between ‘sale and hire-purchase agreement
e)Glimpse of Conditions and Warranties
f) Rights against goods: Highlight.
g) Rights of an unpaid seller
Module 7- Negotiable instruments Act 1881
a)Meaning and Characteristics of Negotiable Instrument
b) Promissory Notes and Bills of Exchange
c) Essential elements of Promissory Note and bill of exchange
d) Distinguish between Promissory note and bill of exchange