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Monday, September 1, 2014

LLB first year,first semester syllabus Panjab University Chandigarh


LLB 1st Semester
Paper-I
Jurisprudence

Duration : 3 hours                                                                                                            Maximum Marks – 20+80=100
Internal assessment – 20 marks

Section – I

Definition of law and its kinds
Law and Morals
Definition of Legal Theory, its scope and objectives
Natural Law School
Analytical School
Pure Theory of Law
Historical School
Section – II
Sociological school
Realist school
Sources of Law
                Custom
                Precedent
                Legislation
Suggested Readings
1.       Dr. B.N Mani Tripathi
2.       N.V Pranjpee
3.       P. Nomita Aggarwal
4.       Dias, R.W.M : Jurisprudence—5th edtion butter



LLB 1st Semester
Paper-II
Constitutional Law

Duration : 3 hours                                                                                                            Maximum Marks – 20+80=100
Internal assessment – 20 marks

Section – I
Preamble
Citizenship including relevant provision of Citizenship Act, 1955
Union & State Executive
Write
Section—II
Union & State Literature
Legislative Relations between Union and State
Emergency Provisions
Amendment of Constitution
Suggested Readings:
1.       Narendar Kumar
2.       P.M.Bakshi
3.       M.P. Jain
4.       D.D. Basu
5.       V.N. Sukhla



LLB 1st Semester
Paper-III
Law of Contact

Duration : 3 hours                                                                                                            Maximum Marks – 20+80=100
Internal assessment – 20 marks

Section – I
Formation of Contract- Proposal & Acceptance (Ss. 1 to 10)
Capacity to Contract (Ss. 11, 12, 68)
Free consent (Ss. 13 to 22)
Lawful consideration and object (Ss. 2(d), 23, 24 , 25)
Void Agreements (Ss. 26-36)
Contingent contract (Ss. 31-36)
Performance of Contract and Anticipatory breach 9 Ss. 37 to 55
Section- II
Impossibility, illegality and performance (Ss. 56 to 61)
 Contract which need not be performed (Ss. 62 to 67)
Quasi Contract (Ss. 68 to 72)
Breach of Contract and Damage (Ss. 73 to 75)
Specific Relief Act, 1963
Definition, recovering possession of property (Section 2, 5 to 8)
Contract which can be specifically performed and which not be specially performed (Section 10 -14)
Injunctions (Section 36- 41)
Suggested readings:
1.       R. K. Bangia
2.       Avtar Singh
3.       A.G. Ansoon
4.       T.R. Desai



LLB 1st Semester
Paper-IV
Family Law

Duration : 3 hours                                                                                                            Maximum Marks – 20+80=100
Internal assessment – 20 marks

Section – I
Sources of Hindu Law : Ancient and Modern
School of Hindu Law
Application of Hindu Law
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
Concept of Hindu Marriage and theories of divorce
Condition of Hindu Marriage and consequences and their violation
Matrimonial Causes
        Restitution of conjugal rights
Void and voidable marriage
Judicial separation
Divorce
Ancillary reliefs
Jurisdiction and procedure
Bars to matrimonial reliefs
Special marriage Act, 1954
Section – II
Adoption and maintenance under Hindu Adoptions and maintenance Act, 1956 
Adoption:
conditions of valid adoption
Effects of adoption and theory of relation back
Registration of adoption deed and presumption
Maintenance
Maintenance of wife, children, aged and infirm parents
Maintenance of dependents
Maintenance as a charge on property  
Family court Act, 1984
Suggested readings
1.       B.K. Sharma
2.       Paras Diwan
3.       Mulla
Muslim   Law
Dower
Marriage
Dissolution of Marriage
Dissolution of Muslim marriage Act, 1939



LLB 1st Semester
Paper-V
Law Torts including Motor Vehicle Accidents and Consumer Protection Law

Duration : 3 hours                                                                                                            Maximum Marks – 20+80=100
Internal assessment – 20 marks

Section – I
Nature and definition of Torts
General Defenses: Volenti non fit injuria; inevitable accident;
 Act of God; Necessity; Statutory Authority
Vicarious Liability including vicarious liability of state
Negligence
Contributory negligence and composite negligence including nervous Shock
Nuisance, defamation
Trespass to person and proper
Section – II
The Motor Vehicle Act, 1988
Chapter X- Liability without Fault in certain cases
Chapter XI- insurance of Motor Vehicle Against Third Party Risks
Chapter XII- Claims tribulation
Consumer Protection Act
Consumer and consumer rights
Concept of Goods and Services
  Consumer Disputes redressed Agencies and Remedies
Suggested reading
1.       R. K. Bangia
2.       Ratanlal and Dhiraj Lal

3.       D. D. Basu

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