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B.B.A Examination, Dec. 2015
Mock Paper II
Time : Three Hours] [Maximum Marks : 75
Section-A(BBA Mock Paper )
(Very Short Answer Questions)
Note : Attempt all five questions. Each question carries three marks. Very short answer is required not exceeding 75 Words. (3 x 5 = 15)
- Define the term contract.
- What do you understand by consideration?
- Define quasi contact.
- Enlist the rights of a partner which are unaffected by non-registration of a firm.
- What is the meaning of negotiation?
Section-B (BBA Question Paper)
(Short Answer Questions)
Note : Attempt any two questions out of the following three questions. Each question carries 7.5 marks. Short answer is required not exceeding 200 words.
- Explain the manner in which a complaint can be made under consumer protection Act.
- Who are other persons not qualified to enter into contract under any law?
- How and when a partner retire? What are the right and liabilities of a retiring partner?
Section-C (BBA Mock Paper)
(Detailed Answer Questions)
Note : Attempt any three questions out of the following five questions. Each question carries 15 marks. Answer is required in detail.
- What is consumer protection Act, 1986? Describe its provisions.
- What is meant by endorsement? What are its essentials and types?
- Definc a pledge and distinguish it from a bailment. State the respective right and duties of the pawner and pawnee.
- What is proposal? State the basic charactoristics of a valid proposal.
- Discuss the mutual rights and duties as between the partners in the absence of any espross contracts between them.