Understanding Business Law

Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl, Christina Do

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Abstract

Understanding Business Law, 8th Edition by Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl and Christina Do is an excellent resource for law and business students and an easily accessible reference for those encountering commercial law issues in day to day practice. Now in its eighth edition, its coverage includes the Australian legal system, the law of contract, sale of goods and consumer protection, agency, business organisations, property (including intellectual property), bailment, insurance, torts, debt recovery, bankruptcy and insolvency, negotiable instruments, banking and payment systems, employment law and business ethics. The authors use case examples and real-life scenarios to illustrate how legal principles are applied in a business context. This new edition is accompanied by extensive online materials to aid student learning and provide lecturer support.

Features
• Commentary on current legislative changes in business and consumer law
• Strong pedagogy to assist student learning, including colour design for readability
• Online support material for students
• Extensive lecturer support material, leading to higher student satisfaction
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationChatswood, NSW
PublisherLexisNexis Butterworths
Number of pages971
Edition8th
ISBN (Print)9780409343083, 0409343080
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes

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