Law

Companies Law

Companies Law

Companies Law is the field of law legislation under which the formation, registration or incorporation, governance, and dissolution of a firm is administered and controlled. It includes corporations, partnerships and other associations which usually carry on some form of economic or charitable ac.....

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Law of Social Cycle

Law of Social Cycle

Law of Social Cycle states that while people in any society are all relatively similar, they have generally the same goals, desires and ambitions but differ in the way they go about achieving their goals. An individual’s specific methods for achieving success depend on his physical and psyc.....

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Legal Contact Act

Legal Contact Act

Prime objective of this lecture is to discuss on Legal Contact Act. A contract is an agreement that is enforceable by a court of law or equity. Contract act is defined as a legally enforceable promise or set of promises. It is made when a business buys or leases property, hires employees, purc.....

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Law of Obligations

Law of Obligations

Prime purpose of this lecture is to describe on Law of Obligations; in terms of business law. Law of obligation means legally enforceable duty to give something, to do something or to refrain from doing something. This lecture also briefly describe on Sources of obligations: Legal transactions.....

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Industrial Relations in Business Law

Industrial Relations in Business Law

Industrial relations deals with people at work or industrial relations is concerned with the many problems related to employer, employee relations. Industrial Relations intends on growth and development of large number of workers under a single management, Employer-Employee contract. This type o.....

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Bangladesh Labour Code

Bangladesh Labour Code

Basic purpose of this lecture is to describe on Bangladesh Labour Code.  A labour code is a codification of labor laws in legislative form. Labour Code is applicable for whole Bangladesh; but not – Security printing press Office under government, Arms factory, Educational, training and re.....

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Commercial Establishment Act

Commercial Establishment Act

Major purpose of this lecture is to describe on Commercial Establishment Act, in terms of business law. Commercial establishment act; in which the business of advertising, commission or forwarding is conducted or which is a commercial agency and includes a clerical department or of a industrial.....

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Factories Act

Factories Act

General objective of this lecture is to describe on Factories Act; in terms of Business Law. Factories act premises including the precinct thereof where on ten or more workers are working or were working on any day of the preceding 12 months and any part of which a manufacturing process is bein.....

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Corporations Act

Corporations Act

Major purpose of this lecture is to explain Corporations Act; in terms of business law. Corporations means a company formed and registered under this Act or an existing company. There are two types of Corporations: “private company” means a company which restricts the right to tr.....

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Partnership Act

Partnership Act

Primary objective of this lecture is to describe on Partnership Act; in terms of Business law. Partnership is the relationship between persons who have agreed to share the profits of a business carried on by all or any of them acting for all. Here briefly describe on essential elements of partne.....

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Insurance Act

Insurance Act

General purpose of this lecture is to describe on Insurance Act; in terms of business law. Life is risky and Insurance provides a financial buffer against risk. But purchasing insurance without understanding its law creates its own risk. Contract of insurance is contract between two parties wher.....

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Agency Law

Agency Law

Basic objective of this lecture is to describe on Agency Law; in terms of business law. Here explain Agency Law in four types; Broker: He only brings about the transaction between the principal and the buyer or seller but the possession of the goods or document of title to goods is not given t.....

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