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Business Law 2nd ed

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Helen J. Bond, Peter Kayboth Principal Lecturers in Law, University of Central Lancashire

ISBN13: 9781854314376
ISBN: 1854314378
Published: October 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Business law is studied on a wide variety of courses, where students who have no previous experience of studying law have to deal with subjects as varied as the English legal system, company law and employment law. This updated edition contains additional chapters on sale of goods law, including the changes introduced by the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994. In addition, the chapters on torts have been completely rewritten, with an emphasis on negligent misstatement to make them more appropriate to students studying business, accountancy and management. Since it is important that students should be able to measure their progress, each section contains questions and answers for self-testing. In addition, there are a number of examination-style questions, with suggested answers, so that the student should be prepared for the final examination. Helen J. Bond is the co-author of ""SWOT Company Law"". Peter Kay is the author of ""Employment Law Handbook"".

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Commercial Law
Part 1 The English legal process; classification of law I; classification of law II; sources of law; statutory interpretation and construction; judicial precedent; alternative methods of resolving legal disputes.
Part 2 The law of contract: formation of contract; terms of the contract; exemption clauses; misrepresentation; restraint of trade; frustration of contract; duress, undue influence and inequality of bargaining power; damages for breach of contract.
Part 3 The law of tort: negligence; professional negligence.
Part 4 Sale of Goods: sale of goods - implied terms; property and risk in sale of goods.
Part 5 Employment law: contract of employment; unfair dismissal and redundancy.
Part 6 Companies and partnership: company law; companies and contracts
partnership law.