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The course comprises of the following:

  • Contract of Indemnity, Contract of Guarantee, Bailment and Pledge.
  • Contract of Agency.
  • Deliniation of Sale, Essentials of contract of Sale and Agreement to Sale, Duties of sellers and Buyers, Sale by Sample, Sale by Description, Conditions and Warranties, Rule of Caveat Emptor.
  • Transfer of title, Passing of Property in Goods, Delivery of goods- Rules regarding Delivery of Goods, Unpaid Seller and his Rights, Remedies for the Breach of Contract.
  • Network of Partnership, Difference between Partnership and a Company, Mutual Relationship between Partners, Authority of Partner, Dissolution of Partnership, Minor as Partner.


Lesson Title Time  
Lecture 1 : Indemnity and Guarantee 01:01:07 Watch Demo
Lecture 2 : Bailment, Agency and Pledges 00:53:37
Lecture 3 : Partnership Act 00:58:15
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The course shall comprise of the following:

  • Sources of Hindu Law
  • Schools and Sub-schools of Hindu Law
  • Marriage: Essentials of a Valid Marriage, Void and Voidable Marriage.
  • Matrimonial Relief: Concepts and Grounds of various matrimonial relief viz.,
       a) Restitution of Conjugal Right
        b) Judicial Separation
        c) Nullity of Marriage
        d) Divorce
  • Legitimacy: Legal status of children born of void and voidable marriages.
  • Adoption
  • Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956.
  • Law of maintenance: Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956.


Lesson Title Time  
Lecture 1 : Sources & School of Hindu Law 00:47:39 Watch Demo
Lecture 2 : Nature of Hindu Marriage 00:16:27
Lecture 3 : Essentials of a Valid Hindu Marriage 00:11:21
Lecture 4 : Void & Voidable Marriage 00:08:44
Lecture 5 : Restitution of Conjugal Rights 00:11:45
Lecture 6 : Judicial Separation And Divorce 00:20:09
Lecture 7 : Blood & Half Blood 00:11:56
Lecture 8 : Adoption 00:22:46
Lecture 9 : Guardianship 00:15:33
Lecture 10 : Maintenance 00:06:18
Lecture 11 : Short Questions 00:15:02
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The course shall comprise of the following:
1) Union Parliament: Organisation, Procedure regarding enactment of legislation, Parliamentary Privileges.
2) Union Executive: The president, his powers and positions including Ordinance making power.
3) Prime Minister and the Cabinet: Is the Prime Minister Real Head?
4) Distribution of Legislative Power between union and the States: Territorial and Topical Distribution of Powers, Power of Parliament to Legislate on state matters, Doctrine of Territorial Nexus, Doctrine of Pith and Substance and Doctrine of Colourable Legislation.
5) Emergency Provisions with special References to proclamation of emergency and president rule.
6) Union Judiciary: Supreme Court of India, Composition and Jurisdiction.
7) Tortious Liabilities of State
8) Protection of Civil Servants
9) Amendment of the Constitution, Power and Procedure, Basic Structure of the Constitution.



Lesson Title Time  
Lecture 1 : The Union Executive 01:02:02 Watch Demo
Lecture 2 : Ordinary Bill 00:33:24
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The course shall comprise of the following:
1) Legal Person: a) Nature and Concept  b) Theories of legal personality
2) Legal Rights and Duties: a) Definition, Basis and Characteristics of Legal Rights and Duties
                                            b) Kinds of Legal Rights
                                            c) Relationship between Rights and Duties
3) Possession and Ownership: a) Possession in Fact and Possession in Law
                                                 b) Relation between Possession and Ownership
4) Liability: a) Theory of Remedial Liability
                  b) Theory of Penal Liability
5) Law and Morality: a) Relation between Law and Morals
                                 b) Legal Enforcement of Morality
6) Sources of Law: a) Custom, Precedent and Legislation
7) State and Sovereignty
8) Law and Justice: a) Concept of Justice
                                b) Theories of Justice
                                c) Administration of Justice


Lesson Title Time  
Lecture 1 : Jurisprudence II- part I 01:00:32 Watch Demo
Lecture 2 : Jurisprudence II- part 2 00:52:09
Lecture 3 : Jurisprudence II- part 3 00:56:12
Lecture 4 : Jurisprudence II- part 4 00:42:20
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Lesson Title Time  
Lecture 1 : Legal History Part-1 00:43:57 Watch Demo
Lecture 2 : Legal History Part-2 00:47:00
Lecture 3 : Legal History Part-3 00:53:58
Lecture 4 : Legal History Part-4 00:50:55
Lecture 5 : Legal History Intro 00:10:17
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Published    20-Mar-2017      Bilingual

The Syllabus od LL.B (Six semester) course is applicable in all Affiliated colleges. In Semester -II you will learn the following subjects:
1) Jurisprudence-II (Legal Concepts)
2) Constitutional Law of India- II (Structure and Working of the Indian Constitution)
3) Family Law- I ( Hindu Law)
4) Contract- II ( Specific Contract and Law of Partnership)
The total marks for the above is 500 ( 100 for each).

Sandeep Garg

Phone: 80********06 Email: skg********@gmail.com
Address: HN 691 Chhota Bazar Dhaulana, Hapur UP Institute: Study Khazana

About Us

Principal Subjects Contract, Sales of Goods Act, Partnership Act, Company Law, Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Environmental Law, IPC Mr. Sandeep Gupta has held the position of Junior Advocate in Ghaziabad District Court. He is an Assistant Professor of Law, Royal College of Law. Prior to that, he was an Administrator and Assistant Professor of Law at Global College of Law. He is also a guest faculty of Law in Keshav Madhav Vidhi Shikshan Sansthan.


Qualification

M.A. (Sociology), LL.M, LL.B., B.A.,


Biography

5 years



STUDY KHAZANA is an e-treasure of knowledge and education with one aim of upbringing the level of education all over the India. In the journey of more than 25 years with 150 centers across the India we discovered that many student are out of the reach of proper education due to poverty.

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