About the course
The elements of trade and commerce have marched into every facet of life — making ‘contract’ an organizing principle of every type of relationship in society. The laws governing business contracts are becoming progressively more complex, and now affect all industries and all types of commercial contracts. In contrast with other laws, contracts are binding commandments made by individuals, corporations, and the State entities within the framework of the general laws of the country. The laws relating to contract, being organic in nature, need to respond to changes in the economy, in technology, and in society, in general. Consequently, a new and growing field of regulatory jurisprudence has now become a part of the Contract Law. As it is observed, an assortment of specialised contracts is now in vogue which may not fit-in exactly with the existing forms and models. With the economy growing in unparalleled ways, entrepreneurs have, based on expediency and convenience, evolved new practices in the matters relating to contracts.
Following the understanding of the ‘general principles of contracts’, ‘specific remedies and reliefs’, and having understood the ‘concept of specific contracts’ (like contracts of indemnity, guarantee, bailment, agency, partnership and sale of goods), now the time has come when it is obligatory and indispensable to look at the new facets of contractual jurisprudence which confront modern-day contracts hitherto uncharted and unexplored at least at the undergraduate (UG) level in law schools, colleges and universities. These specialised, innovative, and ground-breaking contracts, arising from simple contracts and accomplishing a great deal of desirable goals in a free market economy, must be studied at the undergraduate level to accommodate the new demands of users and consumers surrounded by the framework of different laws. This course, hence, focuses on the contemporary forms of business contracts and exposits on the historical evolution, judicial interpretation and future applications of such contracts. This course is, therefore, designed with a view to appreciate and understand this emerging field, and to prepare the students to meet the challenges of the 21st century, and to serve a social purpose — besides the dissemination of legal knowledge in this vital sector of jurisprudence.
Tentative Schedule
-Last date to fill the registration form and make payment: 20th August, 2023
-Commencement of lectures: 26th August, 2023 onwards
-(All sessions shall take place during weekends)
Mode of Lectures
The lectures will be conducted in blended mode through online lectures and classroom teaching. The platform of Cisco Webex will be used for organising the lectures.
Academicians, Practitioners, Researchers, and Students (across disciplines) are invited to join the Credit Course.
-Registration fee: INR 1,500/- (exclusive of 18% GST)
 INR 1000/- (no GST) for RGNUL Students.
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-All interested candidates are requested to make the payment and fill in their details on
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