Commercial Law 2012: LPC Guide by Robert BradgateCommercial Law 2012: LPC Guide by Robert Bradgate

Commercial Law 2012: LPC Guide

byRobert Bradgate, Fidelma White

Paperback | March 15, 2012

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Commercial Law has been written principally for students taking an elective in commercial law on the Legal Practice Course. It covers all the core areas of general commercial practice, including agency and distribution agreements; sale and supply of goods and services; international salescontracts; credit and security; bills of exchange; competition law; intellectual property law and commercial contracts including specimen sets of terms of sale and purchase.Diagrams and examples ensure that the practical aspects of the subject area are emphasized, while the detailed coverage gives students a good introduction to the practitioner style texts they will use once in practice. This text offers an excellent bridge between the notes, exercises and casestudies provided by lecturers, giving students a well-rounded view of commercial law.
Robert Bradgate is Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Sheffield. Fidelma White is Senior Lecturer in Law at University College Cork in Ireland.
Title:Commercial Law 2012: LPC GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:616 pages, 11.5 × 8.11 × 0.03 inPublished:March 15, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199641870

ISBN - 13:9780199641871

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Table of Contents

Contract law and commercial contracts1. The role of the commercial lawyer2. Formation of contracts3. Performance and breach of contractsAgency4. Agents in commerce5. Agent's power and authority6. Agent's power and authority7. The relationship between principal and agent8. Distributor contractsThe sale and supply of goods and services9. Commercial supply contracts10. Duties of the parties11. Seller's duties and buyer's remedies12. Terms relating to the goods13. Manufacturer's and product liability14. The passing of property and risk15. Title and priority conflicts16. Buyer's duties and seller's remedies17. Contracts for the supply of services18. Standard terms of tradingInternational sales19. International sales transactions20. Carriage of goods by sea21. International sales contractsPayment mechanisms in commercial transactions22. Bills of exchange23. Bankers' commercial creditsCommercial credit and security24. Commercial credit and security25. Real security26. Personal security27. Quasi-securityCompetition law28. Sources of competition law29. European Community competition law30. UK competition lawIntellectual property31. The nature and importance of intellectual property32. Copyright33. Patents34. Confidentiality35. Trade marks and passing offCommercial dispute resolution36. Commercial arbitration37. Commercial litigation