The Sale of Goods Act and The Indian Partnership Act
The Sale of Goods Act and The Indian Partnership Act

The Sale of Goods Act and The Indian Partnership Act

Author : Mulla

ISBN : 9788119403349

EDITION : 12th


BINDING : Paperback



This title is a lucid commentary on The Sale of Goods Act, 1930; The Indian Partnership Act, 1932; and The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008, which are extensions of the law of contract. Utmost care has been taken to maintain the spirit and essence of the original work. The slenderness of this edition is an assurance that there has been no obsession to multiply case law that are repetitive, and earnest efforts have been made to bring out every addition that goes for pushing the frontiers for better understanding and expound the principles of law with perspicacity.

This new edition states the law as of February 2024. Important statutory developments have been incorporated, including the 2021 amendment of the LLP Act that is aimed to facilitate greater ease of living to law-abiding corporates and to decriminalise certain provisions of the Act.

Key Features:

  • Critically analyses legal provisions, with clarity and coherence
  • Encompasses a brief overview of the principles of law found in the United Nations Convention on International Sale of Goods as applicable to International Trade Law
  • Systematic section wise arrangement of topics gives a relevance of each section
  • Includes a brief discussion on the explanations of important terms of usage in International Trade such as CIF, FOB, Ex-works, etc
  • Important judgments like CST v Quickheal Technologies Ltd; Re: Interplay between Arbitration Agreements under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 and the Indian Stamp Act, 1899; Sirajuddin v Zeenath; Rajendra Bajoria v Hemant Kumar Jalan; Singapore Airlines Ltd v CIT etc. have been analysed in detail
  • Indispensable resource for judges, legal practitioners, academicians, research scholars, and students

Sir Dinshaw Fardunji Mulla, CIE, MA., LLB (1868-1934) was a renowned author and scholar. During his lifetime, he served as Attorney at Law, Bombay High Court, Member of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, India, and was also a Professor of Law at Government Law College, Bombay. He has authored many legal classics which have been widely accepted and even cited by the Courts.

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