Law in Commerce, 7th edition
A practical, easy-to-understand teaching and learning resource for undergraduate business law Law in Commerce
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Law in Commerce 7th edition is a practical, easy-to-understand and useful teaching and learning resource designed specifically for undergraduate students enrolled in an introductory course on business law. Published by a global leader in legal content, it is a holistic teaching and learning resource that enables different methods of course delivery through integrated print and digital learning resources. Whether the course is delivered face-to-face, in flipped classrooms, or blended environments, Law in Commerce provides the flexibility that enables universities to teach business law in a manner that works best for them.
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Table of contents
1. Law and The Australian Legal System
2. Liability for Defective Products
3. Misrepresentation and Unconscionable Conduct: Upholding the Basic Norms Of Commercial Conduct
4. Making the Contract: Offer and Acceptance
5. Making the Contract: Intention and Consideration
6. Express Terms of The Contract
7. Implied Terms in Contracts
8. Remedies in Contract Cases
9. Consumers’ Rights and The Supply of Goods and Services
12. Introduction to Company Law
13. Duties of Company Directors and Other Officers
14. Introduction to Trusts