WHAT IS COMMERCIAL LAW ?
Commercial Law is a business law which is applied in business activities including trade and commerce. The study of commercial law deals with the law undertaken in a business which regulates corporate contracts, rules and regulations related to manufacturing and sales of consumer goods. The course focuses on the operation of the commercial law on international and national business taking place in the country like in the case of exports and imports. Students pursuing the course are taught through internships with commercial lawyers.Expand
- Graduates in law course from a recognised University affiliated by Bar Council of India.
SCOPE OF COMMERCIAL LAW
- Consumer Protection Act 1986 and Competition Act 2002
- Corporate Finance Law
- Corporate Law
- Dispute Resolution Law
- International Economic Law
- Law of Contracts
- Laws Related to Banking
COURSE LEVEL DETAILS
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Can 3yrs correspondence llb is worth with cs course?
I AM CONFUSED BETWEEN COMMERCIAL LAW?, CIVIL LAW?, AND BUSINESS LAW? AND WHEN DO WE STUDY THOSE IN LLB OR LLM?