Int'l Student Guide to Business Law
Publication Date 28 May 2007
OverviewThe International Student Guide to Business Law is an innovative text specifically designed to provide an essential guide for International Chinese language students. Written in Chinese, the book offers succinct and accurate explanation of key concepts and principles in business and commercial law. A deeper understanding of these basic key topic areas and terminology nurtures the studentâ€™s ability to learn and read independently, reducing the time lecturers spend covering the basics. The text covers key concepts in contract law, competition law, corporations law, intellectual property, professional negligence, sale of goods and much more. It also provides a clear overview of the Australian legal system for the first time law or commerce student. Other features include: â€¢ references to supporting cases and relevant legislation â€¢ guide to problem solving â€¢ practice questions â€¢ references to further reading. The book provides a solid foundational knowledge for non-English speaking students. This ensures the student a high capacity to comprehend the subject area promptly, correctly and with growing confidence. An essential learning tool for international commerce or business law students. Table of Contents Chapter 1. An Introduction to Australian Business Law Chapter 2. Australian Legal Systems Chapter 3. Introduction to the Law of Contract Chapter 4. Offer and Acceptance Chapter 5. Intention to Create Legal Relationship Chapter 6. Consideration, Promissory Estoppel and Formalities Chapter 7. Contractual Capacity Chapter 8. Privity and Contents of Contract Chapter 9. Consent of Parties Chapter 10. Discharge of the Contract Chapter 11. Remedies Chapter 12. Agency Chapter 13. Sale of Goods Chapter 14. Professional Negligence Chapter 15. Marketing Law and Consumer Protection Chapter 16. Intellectual Property Law Chapter 17. Competition Law Chapter 18. Corporations Law and Partnership.