Introduction to Business Law (Custom Edition eBook)

By Andy Gibson, Sarah Osbourne

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9780655703242
Edition
 
1st
Published date
 
25/06/2020
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Pearson Custom Books
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Table of contents

PART 1 THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK
CHAPTER 1 Legal foundations
CHAPTER 2 How the legal system works

PART 2 LAW OF CONTRACTS
CHAPTER 3 Creation of the contract
CHAPTER 4 Validity
CHAPTER 5 Terms of the contract
CHAPTER 6 Rights and liabilities of the parties, discharge and remedies

PART 3 CIVIL LIABILITY
CHAPTER 7 Civil liability: The law of torts and negligence
CHAPTER 8 Applications of negligence to business
PART 4 CONSUMER LAW
CHAPTER 9 Statutory consumer guarantees and the Australian Consumer Law
CHAPTER 10 General and specific consumer protections under the ACL

ADDITIONAL CONTENT
CHAPTER 16 Insurance
CHAPTER 18 Property and mortgages
CHAPTER 19 Intellectual property
CHAPTER 21 Criminal law in a business context
CHAPTER 22 Competition law
CHAPTER 24 The work environment and the employment relationship