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(a) Contract
(b) Free consent
(c) Misrepresentation
(d) Wagering agreement
(e) Dishonour of bills
(f) Crossing
(g) Guarantee.

a) Contract
b) Consensus-Ad-idem
c) Partnership
d) Warranty
e) Wagering
f) Causa Proxima
g) Del credere agent
h) Restitution.

2. What are the essentials of a valid acceptance?

2. What are the essentials of a valid offer?

3. What is negotiable instruments? Explain its


features.

3. Under what circumstances is the object or


consideration of a contract deemed unlawful?

4. Point out the relationship between a principal


and an agent.

4. Discuss the rights and liabilities of a Partner.

5. Explain the objectives of FEMA.

5. Distinguish between a condition and a


warranty.

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6.
7.

Unilateral mistake
Restitution
Dormant Partner
Payment in due course
Modes of arbitration
Contributory
Essential commodities

No action is allowed on an illegal agreement.


What are the exceptions to this
rule?
State the liabilities of
(a) a partner for the acts of the firm;
(b) of the firm for the wrongful acts of a partner
and
(c) of the firm for misapplication of money by a
partner.
Define a contract of marine insurance. What are
the essential features of such
a contract?
Describe the procedure for effecting transfer of
shares. Can the directors of a
public company refuse to register a transfer of
shares?

6. Define the terms 'Consumer' and 'Consumer 6. a) Explain briefly the Consumer Protection Act, Bring to light the important provisions of the
dispute' as defined in the consumer projection 1986.
Foreign Exchange Management
act.
b) Explain the legal provisions relating to minutes. Act.

8. Explain the rights and duties of the bailee.

8. What are the rights and duties of the bailee?

9. Briefly explain the essential Commodities Act


1995.

9. Explain the objectives of FEMA.

Discuss the effects of supervening impossibility


on the performance of a
contract.
Which are the instruments that should be
presented for payment, and what
circumstances render presentment for payment
unnecessary?
State briefly the duties of an agent to the
principal. What are his rights
against the principal? That is the degree of skill
required of an agent?

10. What are the limitations of the Securities


Contract Act?

10. Describe the law of arbitration, modes of


arbitration and what can be referred.

What are the different kinds of meetings of


the shareholders of a company?
When and how are these meetings held?

7. Discuss the different modes of dissolution of a


firm.

7. What remedies are available to an aggrieved


party on breach of a contract?

(a) Implied offer.


(b) Quid pro quo.
(c) Coercion.
(d) Reciprocal promises.
(e) Breach of agreement.
(f) Partnership.
(e) Insurance.

Revocation of offer
free consent
quasi contract
sale by non owners
partnership deeds
prospectus
deficiency of service

2. Discuss the essentials of valid offer.

various methods of discharge of contracts

(a) Partnership deed.


(b) Prospectus.
(c) Abridged Prospectus.
(d) Special resolution.
(e) Termination of Agent.
(f) Articles of Association.
(g) Consumers rights.

(a) Offer and Acceptance.


(b) Revocation of offer.
(c) Caveat emptor.
(d) Contingent contract.
(e) Consideration.
(f) Debentures.
(g) Fire insurance.

(a) Consideration.
(b) Contingent contract.
(c) Caveat emptor.
(d) Bailment.
(e) Debentures.
(f) Fire insurance.
(g) Deficiency of service.

(a) Revocation of offer.


(b) Free consent.
(c) Quasi Contract.
(d) Sale by non-owners.
(e) Partnership deed.
(f) Prospectus.
(g) Deficiency of Service.

Explain the essentials of a valid Contract.

2. Explain the essentials of a valid contract.

4. Explain the modes of creation of agency.

Discuss the various methods of discharges of


contracts.

3. Discuss the modes of termination of agency?

5. Enumerate the powers of company directors.

Differentiate valid contracts from void and voidable contracts.

4. What matters can and cannot be referred to


arbitration
6. Discuss the principles of fire insurance.

Enumerate the powers of company directors.

Discuss the principles of fire insurance.


3. Distinguish between coercion and undue
influence.

caveat empor. Rights available to an unpaid seller

4. What are the essential characteristics of


partnership?

modes of creation of agency

5. Explain the rights, duties of common carriers.

powers of company directors

6. A promoter stands in a fiduciary position


towards the company he promotes:-Elucidate

principles of fire insurance

What are the various rights and duties of bailer


and bailee?

What are the various rights and duties of bailer


and bailee?

Explain the contents of a prospectus.

Explain the general principles of insurance.

differentiate between
a) fraud and misrepresentation
8. Analyse the features of Negotiable Instruments. b)ordinary resolution and special resolution

9. Explain briefly the Consumer Protection


Act,1986

. Describe the regulatory measures provided by


the Securities Contract (Regulation) Act.

Explain the procedural aspects relating to


arbitration.
(i) Briefly explain Consumer Protection Act,
1986.
Explain the functions of State Commission and
(ii) Despite several laws the protection of
National Commission for safeguarding rights
consumers is still a far cry in Indiaof consumers.
Illustrate your views and substantiate your
opinion.

Discuss the various methods of discharge of


contracts.

6. Explain the general principles of insurance.

Explain caveat emptor. Also discuss the rights


available to an unpaid seller.

contract.

7. Discuss the remedies available for breach of


contract

Explain the rights and duties of bailer and


bailee.

Explain the rights and duties of bailor and


bailee.

Describe the modes of appointment of Directors


in a company. Also, state their powers.

Differentiate between
(i) Fraud and misrepresentation.
(ii) Ordinary resolution and Special resolution.

Explain the term capacity to contract Explain


the effects of minors agreements in contracts.

Differentiate between:
(a) Sale and Agreement to sell.
(b) Condition and Warranty.

Discuss the reliefs available to consumers.

What is Arbitration? Describe the law of


arbitration, modes of arbitration, and what can
be referred?

Explain the powers of Central Government


relating to regulation and control of essential
commodities.

Explain the various modes of winding up of


companies.

Describe the secretarial formalities required for


Discuss the remedies available for breach of
incorporation of public companies.
Explain the various modes of winding up of
companies.

Discuss the relief available to consumers.


reliefs available to consumers

various modes of winding up of companies

5. Explain the contents of a prospectus.

Explain the powers of Central Government


relating to regulation and control of essential
commodities