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For M. Law: What about following books:

Mc. Shukla,
Luqman Baig,
P.P.S. Gagna, and
Bare Acts

Did you reproduce the exact section references and words while attempting case study questions? And what should be the structure of answer? Like
Case Reference:
Legal Section:
Held:


or any other pattern?


I don't have problem in MCQ questions, I hardly miss any MCQ question otherwise nearly 100% correct answers come into my mind while attempting MCQs. But I am not sure about the case study questions, because it seems subjective. Please discuss in detail about case study questions.
Well, one must have strong grip on the famous case decisions, pattern should like this

- Case Reference (No section number required but "The case being discussed relates to Partnership Act, 1932" this reference is sufficient but You are 100% sure about the section number, then that would be ideal.

-Brifly describe the situation in hand in the question

- Mention your solution/recommendations with reference to respective Act/Ordinance.

Among the books you have mentioned I think Bare acts is the best if you have strong Mercantile Law base you can easily comperehend bare act.
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