(III) TIME AND PLACE OF PERFORMANCE Parties are free to determine the time and place of performance under the terms of contract itself. Legal rules regarding time and place of performance are given in Secs. 46 to 50.
Author: Dr. S. K. Singh, Dr. Angad Tiwary, Nikhil Gupta
Publisher: RAJEEV BANSAL
Category: Business & Economics
Unit-I Indian Contract Act, 1872 1.Business (Mercantile) Law : An Introduction, 2 .Indian Contract Act, 1872 : An Introduction , 3 Contract : Meaning, Definition and Characteristics of a Valid Contract , 4. Agreement : Meaning, Kinds and Difference, 5 .Proposal (Offer), Acceptance Communication and Revocation, 6. Capacity of Parties to Contract or Parties Competency to Contract, 7. Free Consent, 8. Lawful Consideration and Objects , 9. Agreements Expressly Declared as Void, 10. Contingent Contracts , 11. Performance of Contracts and Appropriation of Payments, 12. Discharge of Contracts, 13. Quasi or Implied Contracts of Certain Relations Resembling those Created by Contracts (Sections 68 to 72), 14. Remedies for Breach of Contract , Unit-II Special Contracts 15.Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee , 16. Contract of Bailment and Pledge, 17. Contracts of Agency , Unit-III The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 18.The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 : An Introduction , 19. Conditions and Warranties, 20. Effects of the Contract of Sale—Transfer of Ownership and Title, 21. Performance of Contract of Sale, 22. Remedial Measures and Auction Sale , Unit-IV The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 1..Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 : Introduction, 2 .Parties to a Negotiable Instruments , 3. Negotiation , 4. Presentment and Dishonour of Negotiable Instruments, 5. Discharge of Negotiable Instruments, 6. Hundis , 7. Banker and Customer, Unit-V G.S.T. G.S.T.—Format and Computing Process.