(e)Property : Movable and Immovable, Transfer of Legal and Equitable Property, Succession, Intestacy, Will Administration of Estates.
(f)Procedure and Evidence, Proof of Foreign Law, Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgment and Decree, Reference to Indian Law be made Wherever Relevant.
Optional Paper - 10 : Banking Law Including Negotiable Instruments Act
The course shall comprise of the following :
(1)Nature and Development of Banking
(2)Relationship of Banker and Customer:
(a)Banks, Banking Business, Meaning of Customer, Types of Accounts, Banker as Borrower
(b)Contract Between Banker and Customer - Their Rights and Duties
(3)Laws Regulating the Business of Banking (Salient Features Only) :
(a)Banking Companies Act, 1949
(b)Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
(c)Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1998
(4)Meaning and Kinds of Negotiable Instruments
(5)Indorsement, Negotiability and Assignability
(6)Holder and Holder in Due Course
(7)Rights and Liabilities of Paying and Collecting Banker
(8)Dishonour of Negotiable Instruments Including Criminal Liability of Drawer and Protection of Collecting Banker
Optional Paper - 11 : INVESTMENT AND SECURITY LAW
The course shall consist of the following :
(1)Meaning of Investment and Securities.
(2)Legal Regulations of Investment in Securities - Shares and Debentures of a Company :
(3)Legal Regulations of Investment in Securities Listed at Stock Exchange :
(a)General Knowledge about Stock Exchange
(b)Procedure for Buying / Selling Corporate Securities through Stock Exchange
(c)Role and Functions of Securities Exchange Board of India.
(4)Legal Regulations of Portfolio Investment in Corporate Securities
(5)Legal Regulations of Investment through Mutual Funds
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