Australian Business Law eBook

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Thirty-fifth Edition

Paul Latimer

Australian Business Law eBook

Get 20% off this eBook. Use code EBOOK20.

Thirty-fifth Edition

Paul Latimer

ISBN:

9780190304355

Binding:

Ebook

Published:

29 Jul 2016

Availability:

Available

Series:

$136.95 AUD

$156.99 NZD

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Description

Australian Business Law is a must-have for law and business students, practitioners and those interested in contemporary business law.

It discusses the main areas of law affecting business and incudes case examples, references to legislation, links to the main government (and other) websites and flow charts and diagrams to support explanations.

The text has been reviewed and updates to improve readability and to reflect changes to the law, including those made by the Civil Liability Acts, Australian Consumer Law, Competition and Consumer Act, National Credit Code and the Personal Property Securities Act.

This 2016 edition contains valuable expanded commentary on:
  • The Civil Liability Acts 
  • Competition and Consumer Law
  • Obligations of the banking and finance sector
  • Intellectual property
  • The Amendments to the Insurance Contracts Act

Contents

1.Introduction to Business Law 
2.Crime in the Business World 
3.Property 
4.Tort in the Business World 
5.Formation of Contract
6.Operation of the Contract
7.Consumer Law 
8.Competition Law
9.Business Structures
10.Partnership
11.Agency 
12.Business Names 
13.Business Finance and Bankruptcy Law 
14.Consumer Credit 
15.Bailment 
16.Banking Law 
17.Insurance

Authors

Paul Latimer – Associate Professor, Department of Business Law and Taxation, Monash University

Lecturer Resources

The following resources are available for lecturers who prescribe Australian Business Law 2016 for their course:

Instructor Resource Manual:

Each chapter has:

  • PowerPoint slides
  • Multiple choice Q&As
  • Workbook


Teacher manual

  • Answers to the workbook questions

For more information about the resources for Australian Business Law 2016, please contact your Oxford Territory Manager.