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Economic and Commercial Laws

CS Executive ( Old Syllabus) - Paper 3 : Economic and Commercial Laws

ICSI has introduced this paper Economic and Commercial Laws at the CS Executive level (Old Syllabus) to give you an in-depth idea of business laws along with other important legislations such as Foreign Exchange Management and Competition Act. 

Economic and Commercial Laws
Foreign Exchange Management
Competition and Consumer Protection Act
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June 2018
December 2018
December 2017
June 2017

More about Economic and Commercial Laws

What is Economic and Commercial Laws?
  • This subject is a combination of laws relating to Foreign Exchange Management, Competition and other Business Laws. Legislations like the Consumer Protection Act, Legal Metrology Act, Transfer of Property Act forms part of other Business Laws. 
Why has ICSI introduced this paper, Economic and Commercial Laws, at CS Executive Level?
  • At foundation level, you have been introduced to the basics of Business laws. At this level you will be studying in-depth about business laws along with other important legislations such as Foreign Exchange Management and Competition Act. These are also areas of Practice for Company Secretaries.  
What are the topics covered in Economic and Commercial Laws at CS Executive Level?
  • Foreign Exchange Management Act  
  • External Commercial Borrowings 
  • Non-Banking Finance Companies 
  • Special Economic Zones Act, 2005 
  • Competition Act 
  • Consumer Protection Act 
  • Transfer of Property Act 
  • Indian Contracts Act 
  • Partnership Act 
  • Negotiable Instrument Act 
What is the best approach to study Economic and Commercial Laws paper?
  • Refer to Bare Acts to understand the provisions better 
  • Make short notes of your own 
  • Do not skip any topic 
  • Solve as many mock papers as possible 
  • Revise at least 2 times before exams 
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