Business Law NMIMS Assignment Solution April 2024
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Business Law NMIMS Assignment Solution April 2024.
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School for Continuing Education (NGA-SCE)
Course: Business Law
Internal Assignment Applicable for April 2024 Examination
Assignment Marks: 30
All Questions carry equal marks.
All Questions are compulsory
All answers to be explained in not more than 1000 words for question 1 and 2 and for question 3 in not more than 500 words for each subsection. Use relevant examples, illustrations as far as possible.
All answers to be written individually. Discussion and group work is not advisable.
Students are free to refer to any books/reference material/website/internet for attempting their assignments, but are not allowed to copy the matter as it is from the source of reference.
Students should write the assignment in their own words. Copying of assignments from other students is not allowed
Students should follow the following parameter for answering the assignment questions
1. In the recent past, social media marketing has witnessed an enormous increase. This has given birth to a bandwagon of social media influencers, who spend hours creating content and doing various other activities such as endorsing, reviewing, or advertising a brand. A survey recently conducted showed that 92% of consumers
believed that influencer marketing was an effective form of marketing. With the increase in the industry, various issues in this regard have also elevated. Explain whether the Consumer Protection Act 2019 covers advertisements by social media influencers and if yes, the situations when and all the advertisement by such social media influencer may be considered as misleading advertisement. (10 marks)
2. It was observed that a contract made by free consent and will of parties who are thus competent under the law to contract for a lawful consideration providing a lawful consideration and thus not expressly declared by any law or contract act to be void. Explain the concept of valid, void and voidable contract along with explaining the essentials of valid contract. (10 marks)
3. Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Bill 2023 is proposed to be passed by the Government of India. It is opined in public that Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Bill 2023 would erode the right to information and weaken the accountability of public servants to citizens.
a) Examine how DPDP Bill 2023 might affect the genesis of the Right to Information Act . (5 marks)
b) Explain the duties of a Public Information Officer under the Right to Information Act. (5 marks)