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End-term Portions Company Law 1.

Chapter I - Introduction Characteristics of a company Separate Legal Personality Lifting the corporate veil(LCV)

2. Chapter III Registration and Incorporation 3. Chapter IV - Memorandum of Association Contents Ultra vires

4. Chapter V - Articles of Association Contents Doctrine of Indoor management Doctrine of Constructive notice Important Cases: Kotla Venkatswami v. Ramamurthy Ashbury Railway Carriage case Peel v. London and North western Railway Royal British Bank v. Turquand

5. Chapter VI Prospectus Objective and contents of Prospectus Different kind of Prospectus misrepresentations made in prospectus Remedies for misrepresentation

Important Cases Derry v. Peek New Brunswick and Canada Rly and Land Co v Muggeridge

6. Chapter X - Directors Different kinds of directors Position of Directors Role of independent directors

Appointment of Directors Duties and powers of the directors

7. Chapter XII Majority Power and Minority Rights / Oppression and mismanagement Concepts Rule in Foss V. Harbottle Exception to the rule in Foss V. Harbottle Oppression and mismanagement provisions Derivative action 8. Chapter XIV Winding Up Modes of winding-up role of the Liquidator, who can initiate the winding up

SALE OF GOODS Formation of the contract of sale distinction between sale and agreement to sale Conditions and warranties, Implied conditions and warranties Caveat emptor principle and its exceptions principle of Nemo Dot Quod Non Habet and its exceptions Transfer of title Right of unpaid seller against the goods

CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT Who is a consumer under the act (Page 403) What is commercial purpose (Page 409) Who can make complaint under the act What can be complained of What are goods and services