Vermeesch and Lindgren's Business Law of Australia, 12th Edition
In addition to substantial revision and updating, the twelfth edition discusses in detail legislative developments which have changed in the face of business law in Australia.
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The author of the 12th edition of Vermeesch and Lindgren's Business Law of Australia is the Hon Kevin Lindgren QC, who retired in 2010 after 15 years as Judge of the Federal Court of Australia. Dr Lindgren is sole or joint author of 21 of the 31 chapters, and the authors of the remaining chapters are also leaders in their fields.
In addition to substantial revision and updating, the twelfth edition discusses in detail the following recent legislative developments which have changed in the face of business law in Australia:
- the Personal Property Securities Act 2009;
- the National consumer Credit Protection ACT 2009 and the associated National Credit Code; and
- the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and the associated Australian Consumer Law.
Table of contents
- The Sources of Law in Australia
- Creation of the Commonwealth
- The Courts
- Formation of Contract 1: Agreement and Intention
- Formation of Contract 2: Consideration and Estoppel
- The Contract and Strangers to the Agreement
- The Contents of the Contract
- The Capacity to Contract
- Formal Requirements and Classification of the Contract
- Mistake and Misrepresentation in Contract
- Duress, Undue Influence and Unconscionable Conduct in Contract
- Illegal and Void Contracts
- Discharge of the Contract
- Civil Wrongs
- Intellectual Property
- Principal and Agent
- Supply of Goods and Services
- Restrictive Trade Practices
- Guarantee and Suretyship
- Succession and Trusts
- Law, Society and Other Values
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