About The Book
Mercantile Laws: Made Easy’ is a comprehensive book explaining concepts, sections, rules, latest amendments
as per ICAI in a lucid and informative manner. It has been developed exclusive ly for the students of CA CPT
course. The book aims for arriving at conceptual clarity through clear and simple language. This book contains
the interpretations of sections, rules and provisions including recent case laws. A set of previous year questions
from CA CPT papers along with conceptual questions makes this book a self-study guide for the students.
About The Author
Ankit Oberoi is an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and a Post graduate in
Finance. He has been a University ranker throughout his Graduation. He has addressed number of workshops
and seminars organized by various management and professional Institutes. His areas of specialization are
Mercantile Laws, Labour Laws, Corporate Law and International Laws. He has authored several books for CA
and CMA students at Final and Intermediate level, which have been bestsellers in their respective markets.
He possesses very rich experience of teaching Law for Professional Courses like CA, CS and CMA in some of the
best professional coaching institutes of India. His excellent teaching style, command over the subject and
extraordinary class performance and results has made him favourite amongst the students. He possesses a
great exposure in practical compliance of the various provisions of the Law. He has taught and encouraged
thousand students and helped several CA, CMA Aspirants in achieving their goals successfully. He believes
in imparting knowledge with a vision to ensure that each student should have a strong long-term foundation
for the future and becomes a Successful Professional.
Part I-The Indian Contract Act, 1872, 1. Introduction to Contract, 2. Proposal or Offer, 3. Consideration, 4. Capacity to Contract, 5. Free Consent, 6. Lawful Object and Consideration, 7. Performance of the Contract, 8. Discharge of a Contract, 9. Remedies for Breach of Contract
10. Contingent and Quasi Contract
Part II-The Sale of Goods Act, 1930, 1. Formation of the Contract of Sale, 2. Conditions and Warranties, 3. Transfer of Property, 4. Delivery of Goods, 5. Rights of Unpaid Seller
Part III-The Indian Partnership Act, 1932, 1. Nature of Partnership Contract, 2. Formation and Registration of Partnership Firm, 3. Relation of Partners, 4. Reconstitution and Dissolution of a Firm