LL.B. ( 3 Year's Course)

Nature and scope of Jurisprudence

Need for study of Jurisprudence

Linkage between Jurisprudence and other sciences

Unit – II: Schools of Jurisprudence

Natural Law with Indian Perspective

Analytical Positivism, Pure Theory, Legal Realism

Historical Jurisprudence

Unit – III: School of Jurisprudence-II

Sociological Jurisprudence with Indian Perspective

Administration of Justice

Civil and Criminal Justice System

Unit – IV: Sources of Law





Boderheimer-Jurisprudence-The Philosophy & Method of Law (1996) Unversal, Delhi

R.W.M. Dias-Jurisprudence (1994) Indian Reprint-Adithya Books, Delhi

Fitzgerald-Salmond on Jurisprudence (1999), Tripathi, Bombay

Dhyani SN-Jurisprudence-A Study of Indian Legal Theory (1985)


LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) Ist Semester

Paper II

Law of Contract-I

Unit I: Formation of Contract

Meaning and nature of contract

Offer/Proposal: Definition, Communication, Revocation, General/Specific offer, Invitation of


Acceptance: Definition, Communication, Revocation, Provisional acceptance, Tenders/Auctions

Unit II: Consideration and Capacity

Consideration: Definition, Essentials, Privity of Contract, Exception Section 2(d) 25

Capacity to enter into a contract; Minor’s Position, Nature/effect of minor’s agreements.

Unit III: Validity, Discharge and Performance of Contract

Free Consent

Coercion, Undue influence, Misrepresentation, Fraud, Mistake

Unlawful consideration and object

Effect of void, voidable, valid, illegal, unlawful and uncertain agreement/contracts

Discharge of Contracts


Time and Place of performance


Impossibility of performance and frustration

Breach: Anticip atory & Present

Unit IV: Remedies and Quasi Contracts

Remedies: Damages, Kinds, Remoteness etc., Injunction, Specific Performance, Quantum Meruit.

Quasi Contract (Section 68-72)

Act: Indian Contract Act, 1872


1. Beatsen (ed.)-Anson's Law of Contract: (27th Ed. 1998)

2. Anson-Law of Contract (1998), Universal, Delhi

3. Pollock and Mulla-Indian Contract Act

4. Avtar Singh-Law of Contract, Eastern Book Co.(Lucknow)

5. S.K.Kapoor- Samvidha Vidhi (Hindi)


LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) Ist Semester

Paper III

Law of Tort-I

Unit-I: Introduction and Principle in Tort

Nature & Definition of Tort

Development of Tort

Tort distinguished from Contract, Crime and Breach of Trust

Cyber tort

Unit-II:General Condition of Liability in Tort

Wrongful Act

Legal Damage

Damnum sine Injuria

Injuria sine Damnum

Legal Remedy-Ubi jus ibi remedium

Mental Element in Tort

Motive, Intention, Malice and its Kinds

Malfeasance, Misfeasance and non-feasance

Fault whether essential

Unit III

Justification of Tort

Volenti non fit injuria

Act of God

Inevitable accidents

Plaintiff’s default

Private defence

Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Act

Parental and Quasi-Parental authority

Acts causing slight harm

Unit-IV: Remedies and Damages

Personal Capacity

Who can not sued

Who can not be sued

General Remedies in Tort

Damages and its kinds

Remoteness of Damage (In Re Prolemis & Wagon Mount Case)

Judicial and Extra Judicial Remedies

Joint Tort feasors

Vicarious Liability


1. Salmond & Heuston-On the Law of Torts (2000), Universal, Delhi

2. D.D.Basu, The Law of Torts (1982) Kamal, Calcutta.

3. Winfield & Jolowiz on Tort (1999) Sweet and Maxwell, London

4. Ratan Lal & Dhiraj Law-The Law of Torts (1997) Universal, Delhi

5. R.K.Bangia, Law of Torts


LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) Ist Semester

Paper IV

Family Law-I

Hindu Law


Nature , Who is Hindu & Sources of Hindu Law

Hindu Marriage Act, 1955: (Sec.5-23)

Unit –II

Maintenance Under Hindu Marriage Act (Sec.24 & 25)

Maintenance Under Hindu Adoption And Maintenance Act, 1956 (Sec.18, 19 & 20)

Adoption: Essential & Effect (Sec.6 to 12 of HA&MA, 1956)

Kinds and Powers of guardian under Hindu Minority & Guardianship Act, 1956 (Sec.6-13)

Muslim Law

Unit –III

Nature & Sources of Muslim Law, Who is Muslim?

Muslim Marriage: Essentials, Option of puberty, Kinds of Marriage under Sunni Law & Shia


Mehr: Definition, Concept, Kinds of Dower, Rights of Wife in case of Unpaid Mehr

Unit-IV: Divorce

Classification of Divorce

Maintenance of Wife Under Muslim personal law, Cr.P.C and Muslim Women (Protection of

Right on Divorce) Act, 1986

Parentage and Legitimacy

Kinds and Powers of guardian


1. Hindu Marriage Act, 1955

2. Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956

3. Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956

3. Muslim Women (Protection of Right on Divorce) Act, 1986


1. J.D.M. Derrett- Hindu Law

2. Mulla -Hindu Law, (18th Ed. 2002) Butterworth Publication

3. Paras Diwan, Hindu Law, Allahabad Law Agency

4. Dr.R.K.Singh, Hindu Law (Hindi), Allahabad Law Agency

5. Kusum & P.P.Sexena, Lecture on Hindu Law, Butterworthe Publication Hi

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) Ist Semester


Paper V

Law of Crimes-I

Unit-I: Introduction to Substantive Criminal Law

Extent and operation of the Indian Penal Code

Definition of crime

Fundamental elements of crime

Stage of a crime; Intention, Preparation, Attempt, Commission (i) Essentials of the attempt,

Impossible attempt, attempt and preparation distinguished

Unit-II: General Explanations and Exceptions (Sec.76-106)

(i)Definition (ii) Constructive joint liability (iii) Mistake (iv) Judicial and Executive acts (v)

Accident (vi) Necessity (vii) Infancy (viii) Insanity (ix) Intoxication (x) Consent (xi) Good faith

(xii) Private defence

Unit-III: Abetment and Criminal Conspiracy (Sec.107 to 114; Sec 120-A,B)

Unit-IV: Punishment




Deterrent, Retributive, Preventive, Expiatory and Reformative Theory

1. Pillai, PSA, Criminal Law

2. Jeroma Hall, Principles of Criminal Law

3. R.C.Nigam, Criminal Law

4. Ratan Lal & Dhiraj Law, Indian Penal Code

5. K.D.Gaur, Criminal Law cases and materials

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) Ist Semester


Paper VI

Constitutional Law Of India-I

Unit-I: Constitution

Definition and Classification

Sources of Constitution

Constitutional Conventions

Salient features of Indian Constitution

Rule of Law

Separation of powers

Unit-II: Distributive of Powers between Center and States

Legislative Powers - Administrative Powers - Financial Power

Doctrine of Territorial Nexus–Doctrine of Harmonious Construction-Doctrine of Pith and

Substance-Doctrine of Repugnancy

Unit-III: Constitutional Organs

(a) Parliament (b) Parliamentary Sovereignty (iii) Parliamentary Privileges (iv) Anti Defection

Law (v) Executive Power (vi) Collective Responsibility of Cabinet (vii) Judiciary-Jurisdiction of

Supreme Court and High Courts (viii) Independence of Judiciary

(ix) Public Interest Litigation (x) Power of Judicial Review (xi) Doctrine of Political Question


Contractual and Tortious Liability of State, Right to Property and Freedom of Trade &


Emergency Provisions, Amendment of Constitution, Doctrine of Basic Structure,


1. The Constitution of India, 1950


1. D.D.Basu, Shorter Constitution of India, 2001 Wadhwa, Nagpur

2. H.M.Seervai, Constitution of India, Tripathi Bombay

3. V.N.Shukla, Constitution of India, Eastern Book Co. Lko.

4. M.P.Jain, Constitution of India, Wadhwa Nagpur

5. B.K.Sharma, Introduction to Constitution of India, Prentice Hall.

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) Ist Semester


Paper VII

Public International Law-I

Unit- I

Definition and nature, General and Regional rules of International Law, Distinction between

public International Law and Private International Law, Hogo Grotius, Is International Law true

Law? Sanctions of observance of International Law, Sources of International Law (Article 38,

Statute of the International Court of Justice), Relationship between international law and

municipal law (Monism, Dualism, British, American and Indian Practice), Subject of

international law (Various thories), Individual as subject of international law. The essential

characteristics of a State in International Law, Micro States, Sovereignty of States,

Condominium, Vassal States and protectorates, Holy See, Commonwealth of Nations.

Unit- II

Recognition-Definition of State Recognition, Recognition of Government, Theories of

Recognition, Recognition De Jure and De Facto, The Duty to Recognize, Legal Effect of

Recognition, Withdrawl of Recognition, Retroactive effect of Recognition.

States Succession: Definition and Kinds of Succession, consequences of state s uccession,

Succession in respect of International Ogranisation.

Intervention: Definition and its Prohibition, Grounds of Intervention. Intervention by invitation.

State Jurisdiction-Territorial Jurisdiction and its limitations.

State Responsibility-Kinds of State Responsibility, Consequences of State Responsibility.

Unit- III:

State Terrotory: Concept, modes of acquisition, International Rivers

Air Space: Various Throies, Aerial Navigation (Five freedom of Air), Outer Space Treaty, 1967

Law of Sea: Maritime Belt, Contiguous Zone, Continental Shelf, Excclusive Econimic Zone, The

High Seas, Land Locked States, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, Piracy.

Unit IV:

Extradiction: Definition, Purpose of Extradition, Legal Duty, Extradiction of Political Offenders,

Doctrine of Double Criminality, Rule of Speciality

Asylum: Meaning, Right of Asylum, Types of Asylum

Deplomatice Agents: Who are Diplomatic Agent? Classification of Heads of Mission, Function

of Diplomatic Agents, The basis of Immunities and Privileges, Privileges and Immunities, Waiver

of Immunity, Termination of Diplomatic Mission.

Consuls: Classification, function, privileges and Immunities. Internation Treaties: Meaning, kinds

formation, Pacta Sunt Servanda, Rebus Sic Stantibus, Jus Cogens, Reservations and Termination.


1. Starke, Introduction to International Law

2. Rebecca Wallace, International Law

3. Brownlie, Principles of International Law

4. S.K.Kapoor, Public International Law

5. M.P.Tandon, Public International Law, ALA

6. K.C.Joshi, International Law

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester

Paper I



Unit-I: State, Sovereignty and Law

Nature and functions of a State and its relationship with law

Nature and development of Sovereignty

Nature and Kinds of law and theories of justice

Unit-II: Law and Legislation

Law and Morality

Law and Religion

Law and Social change

Unit-III: Concepts of Law

Rights and Duties


Possession, Ownership and Property

Unit-IV: Principles of Liability

Liability and Negligence

Absolute Liability



: Same as Semester I

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester

Paper II

Law of Contract II: Specific Contract



A. Indemnity and Guarantee (Sec.124-147)

Indemnity & Guarantee-the Concept, Definition, Methods

Commencement of liability of the indemnifier

Nature of indemnity clauses

Distinction between indemnity and Guarantee

Right/Duties of Indemnifier, Indemnified and Surety

Discharge of Surety's liability

Kinds of Guarantee


Bailment and Pledge (Sec. 148-171 and Sec.172-181)

a. Meaning and Distinction

b. Rights and Duties of Bailor/Bailee, Pawnor/Pawnee

c. Lien

d. Termination of Bailment

Commercial utility of pledge transactions

Unit-III: Agency (Sec.182 to 238)

Definitions of Agent and Principal

Essentials of relationship of agency

Creation of agency: by agreement, ratification and law

Relation of principal/agent, subagent and substituted agent

Termination of agency

Unit IV: Government Contract

Constitutional provisions, procedural requirement-kinds of Govt. Contracts performance of such

contracts, Settlement of disputes and remedies.


: Same as Semester I

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester

Paper III

Law of Tort II


Specific Wrong and Consumer Protection Laws

Unit-I: Tort Relating to Person

Assault, Battery, False Imprisonment and abuses, Legal Proceedings, Malicious Procaution

Unit II: Tort relating to Property

Trespass, Nuisance, Trespass to Land and Goods

Defamation, Detinue, Conversion

Tort to incorporal personal property-Copy right, Trade mark, Trade name and Patent right

Negligence, Res ipsa loquitor, Contributory negligence, Strict Liability or liability without fault

and its applicability under MVA, 1988

Unit-III: Consumer Protection Act:

Consumersion in India (Historical Background), Consumers: the concept, definition and scope,

object of CPAct, Rights of Consumers.

Unfair Trade Practice, Restriction Trade Practice, Defect in goods, Deficiency in service:

Medical, Lawyering, Electricity, Housing, Postal services etc.

Unit- IV

Powers and functions, Exceptions of order, Judicial Review, PIL, Class action, Remedies,

Appeal, Administrative Remedies, C.P.Courts.

: Enforcement of Consumer Rights: Consumer Forum under C.P.Act-Jurisdiction,


Consumer Protection Act, 1986


1. Saraf D.N., Law of Consumer Protection in India, 1995 Tripathi

2 R.K.Bangia, Consumer Protection Act

3. P.K.Majumdar, The Law of Consumer Protection in India, 1998 Orient Publishing Co. Delhi

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester

Paper IV

Family Law-II


Hindu Law

Unit-I: Joint Hindu Family

Origin, Nature of Joint Family and Coparcenary, Characteristic features of Coparcenary,

Distinction between Coparcenary and Joint Family, Classification of Property: Joint Family

Property and Separate Property, Karta: Position, Powers and Liabilities, Debts


Partition: Definition, Persons entitled to demand Partition, Reopening and Reunion

Hindu Succession Act, 1956: Features, Devolution of interest in Coparcenary Property (Sec.6),

List of heirs in Class-I & II of the Schedule, Hindu Women’s Right to Property

Muslim Law

Unit III

Hiba: Definition, Essentials, Kinds and Formalities for a Valid Hiba, Revocation of Hiba.

Will: Definition, Essentials and Kinds of a Valid Will, Abatement of Legacies, Revocation of



Pre-emption: Definition, Classification & Formalities

Inheritance under Sunni Law, Doctrine of Aul and Radd


Same as in Semester III


1. Hindu Succession Act, 1956


: Same as Semester I

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester

Paper V


Law of Crimes-II

Unit I: Offences affecting the Human Body

offences affecting life, causing of miscarriage or injuries to unborn children

offences of hurt, of wrongful restraint and wrongful confinement

offences of Criminal Force and Assault, offences of kidnapping and abduction

Unit II: Offences against women

Obscene acts and songs

Outraging the modesty of women


Cruelty by husband or relatives of husband

Offences relating to marriage

Unit III: Offences against Property

Theft, Extortion, Robbery and Dacoity

Criminal misappropriation and Criminal breach of trust



Criminal trespass

Unit IV: Defamation and offences relating to documents and property marks




Criminal intimidation, sedition, disturbing religious feelings, enmity between classes of people


: Same as Semester I

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester

Paper VI

Constitutional Law Of India-II


Unit –I: Fundamental Rights

Definition of State for enforcement of fundamental rights-Justiciability of fundamental rights-

Doctrine of eclipse, severability, waiver, distinction between pre-constitutional law and postconstitutional


Right to Equality: Doctrine of Reasonable classification and the principle of absence of


Fundamental Freedom: Freedom of speech and expression, Freedom of Association, Freedom of

Movement, Freedom of Reside and Settle, Freedom of Trade, Business and Profession-expansion

by judicia l interpretation-reasonable restrictions.

Unit II: Fundamental rights

Right to life and personal liberty-scope and content (expensive interpretation)

Preventive detention under the Constitution-Policy and safeguards-Judicial review

Right against exploitation-forced labour and child employment

Freedom of religion

Educational and cultural rights

Unit III: Right to Constitutional Remedies:

Right to Constitutional Remedies-Judicial Review-

Writs: Hebeas Corpus, Mandamus, Certiorari, Prohibition and Quo-warranto-Art.32 and 226

Unit IV: Directive Principle

Directive Principle of State Policy-Nature and justiciability of the Directive Principles-Interrelationship

between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles-Fundamental Duties

Social justice under the Indian Constitution-Compensatory discrimination for backward classes-

Mandal Commission’s case and other cases-Protective discrimination doctrine.

Right to Information Act: Central and State Commission, Public Authorities, Right to

Information and Power of Judicial Review

, Fundamental Duties, Social Justice and Right to Information


Same as Semester I

LL.B.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester

Paper VII

Public International Law-II


Unit- I

International Organizations: Definition, the condition which should exits for their development,

Their Legal Personality, capacity to enter into international treaties,, Privilege and Immunities,

League of Nations : Principal Organs, Its weaknesses, Mandate System.

Unit- II United Nations:

Establishment, Preamble, Purpose & Principles of UN, Membership, suspension, expulsion and

withdrawl. Principal Organs of the UN, Amendment to the Charter.

Unit- III

Settlement of International disputes, Pecific and compulsive, War: Definition, Non-war armed

conflic t, Declaration, Legal Regulation, Effects of the Outbreak of War.

The Law of Warfare- Need, Laws of Land, Maritime and aerial Warfare, War crime-Nuremberg

and Tokyo Trials, Genocide: Meaning, Main provisions of the Genocide Convention.

Unit- IV

Neutrality –

End of Neutrality, Right of Angary, Contraband and the Doctrine of Continuous Voyage,

Blockade, Right of Visit and Search, Prize Courts,

Meaning under the UN Charter, Rights and duties of neutral and Belligerent States,


S.P.Gupta, International Organisation, ALA

H.O.Agrawal, International Law and Human Rights

LL.B.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester

Paper I

Human Rights Law and Practice



Human Rights: Meaning, Evolution of Human Rights: Ancient and Natural law perspective,

Natural Rights and Human Rights, Legal Right and Human Rights, Human Rights-Classification,

Human Rights and League of Nations, Sources of International Human Rights Law, Human



U.N.Charter and Human Rights, Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its legal


Covenants and Conventions : International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural

Rights,1966; International Conventions on Civil & Political Rights, 1966 The European

Convention on Human Rights, 1950, The American Convention on Human Rights, 1969, African

Charter on Human and Peoples Rights, The Viena Conference on Human Rights, Convention

Against Torture and Other Cruel Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, Rights of the


Unit III:

Human Rights in India, Human Rights and Indian Constitution, The Protection of Human Rights

Act, 1992

Judicial activism & Protection of Human Rights in India, Role of Non-Governmental

organization in the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights; Refugees

Unit IV:

National Human Rights Commission, National Commission for Minorities, National Commission

for Safai karamcharis, National Commission for Women, National Commission for Backward

Classes and National Commission for Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes.


1. The Charter of UNO

2. The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993

3. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948

4. The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993


1. Prof. S.K.Verma, Public International Law (1998) Prentice Ha ll of India

2. Wallace, International Human Rights, 1996 Sweet & Maxwell

3. Theodor Meron (ed.), Human Right in International Law

4. V.R.Krishna Iyer, The Dialectics and Dynamics of Human Right in India

5. S.K.Kapoor, Human Right under Int.Law & Indian Law

LL.B.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester

Paper II

Property Law and Easement-I


Unit-I: Concept of Property and General Principles Relating to Transfer of Property

Concept of property: distinction between moveable and immoveable property

Definition clause: Immovable property, Attestation, Notice, Actionable claim

Definition to transfer of property (Sec.5)

Transfer and non-transfer property (Sec.10-12)

Transfer to an unborn person and rule against perpetuity (Sec.13, 14)

Vested and Contingent interest (Sec.19 & 21)

Rule of Election (Sec.35)

Unit-II: General Principles Governing Transfer of Immoveable Property

Transfer by ostensible owner

Rule of feeding the grant by estoppel

Rule of Lis pendens

Fraudulent transfer

Rule of part performanc e

Vested and contingent interest

Conditional transfer

Unit-III: Specific Transfers

Sale and gift

Mortgage and charge

Lease and Licence

Unit-IV: Easement Act

Object and main provisions of the Easement Act


1. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882

2. The Indian Easement Act, 1882


1. Mulla, Transfer of Property Act, 1999, Universal Delhi

2. Subba Rao, Transfer of Property Act, 1994, Subbiah Chetty, Madras

3. V.P.Sarathy, Transfer of Property, 1995 Eastern Book Co.

4. T.P.Tripathi, Transfer of Property Act, 2007

5. S.N.Shukla, Transfer of Property Act, 2007

LL.B.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester

Paper III

Commercial Law


Partnership, Sale of Goods Act

Unit-I: Indian Partnership Act

History, Nature and Definition & Kinds of Partnership, Test of Determining, Distinction form

Company and Joint Family Business, Co-ownership (Sec.4 to 8) General and Specific Duties of

Partner, Rights of Partner to Each other (Sec.9 to 17), Partners to be agent of the Firm: Implied

authority, Emergency Power Effect of Admission & Notice, Liabilities: Joint & Several, Liability

for wrongful acts & Misapplication of Money


Registration of Firm (Sec.56 to 71)

Incoming & Outgoing Partners (Sec31 to 38), Dissolution of Firm (Sec.39 to 55),

Unit-III: Sales of Goods

Definition, Conditions and Performance, Formation of Contract (Sec.4 to 17), Effect of Contract

(Sec.18 to 31)

Unit IV:

Sale of Goods: Right of Parties and Remedies, Performance of Contract (Sec.31 to 44), Rights of

Unpaid Seller (Sec.45 to 54), Suits for Breach of Contract (Sec.55 to 61)


1. Indian Partnership Act, 1932

2. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930


1. Avtar Singh, Partnership & Sales of Goods Act, Eastern Book Co.

2. Mulla, Partnership & Sales of Goods Act, Tripathi

3. Dr.R.K.Bangia, Partnership Act

4. H.P.Gupta, Partnership Act

LL.B.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester

Paper IV

Labour Law I

Labour Laws -I (Law relating to Labour Management Relation in India)



Industrial Relation, Labour Problem and Labour Policy in India

Trade Union Act, 1926 (Labour Management Relation); History and Development of Trade

Union Movement , Registration of Trade Union, Rights and Liabilities of Registered Trade

Union, Penalties and procedure, Collective Bargaining-Process, Merit and Demerit

Unit-II Industrial Dispute Act, 1947

Scope of Industry, Workmen, Employers, Industrial Disputes, Authorities under the Industrial

Dispute Act, 1947; Procedure, Power and Duties of Authorities, Reference of Disputes to Boards,

Courts or Tribunals


Strike, Lock Out, Lay Off, Retrenchment and Closure

Unfair Labour Practices, Penalties, Offences by Companies etc. Industrial Employment

(Standing Order) Act, 1946


Philosophy of Labour Welfare, Historical Development of Labour Welfare, The Factories Act,

1948: Interpretation-competent person, Hazardous process, manufacturing process, Worker,

Factory, Occupier, Health, Safety and Welfare, Working House of Adults, Employment of young

persons, Inspectors-Appointment and Powers.


1. Trade Union Act, 1926

2. Industrial Dispute Act, 1947

3. Factories Act, 1948


1. John Bowers & Simon Honey Ball, Text Book on Labour Law (1996) Blackstone, London

2. K.M.Pillai, Labour and Industrial Laws

3. V.G.Goswami, Labour and Industrial Laws, 1999

4. Dr. S.K.Puri, Labour and Industrial Laws (New Ed.)

5 D.D.Seth, Commentaries on Industrial Disputes Act, 1998

LL.B.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester

Paper V

Insurance Law


Unit I

Introduction, Meaning of Insurance, Historical Aspect, Characteristic of Insurance, Nature of

Insurance Contract

Unit II

Theory of Cooperation, Theory of Probability, Principles of Insurance, Utmost Good Faith,

Insurance Interest

Unit III

Re-Insurance, Double Insurance, Insurance & Wages, Types of Ins urance:

Life Insurance

Marine Insurance

Fire Insurance &

Miscellaneous Insurance

Unit IV

Indemnity, Subrogation, Causa Proxima, Mitigation of Loss, Attachment of Risk, Contribution

Constitution, Function and Powers of Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority

Application of Consumer Protection Act, 1986


1. M.N.Mishra, Law of Insurance

2. C.Rangarajan, Handbook of Insurance and Allied Laws

LL.B.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester

Paper VI

Administrative Law-I


Unit I: Evolution and Scope of Administrative Law

Nature, Scope and Development of Administrative Law

Rule of Law and Administrative Law

Separation of Powers and its relevance

Concept of state from laissez-fair to social welfare; position in U.K., USA.,

Relationship between Constitutional Law and Administrative Law

Administrative of function of Administration

Classification of functions of Administration


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