First Principles of Business Law by Michael LambirisFirst Principles of Business Law by Michael Lambiris

First Principles of Business Law

byMichael Lambiris, Laura Griffin

Paperback | February 8, 2017

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The First Principles of Business Law 10th edition textbook and eStudy modules offer a blend of technologies and resources to help students learn business law. This new edition has been fully updated to reflect relevant changes to the law, including coverage of the Australian Consumer Lawprovisions in relation to small businesses, and also includes a new section on the importance of ethics in business law. The textbook contains clear, authoritative and concise statements of the law, amplified and illustrated by over 200 summaries of decided cases and selected extracts from legislation. The law is arranged in logical sequence under descriptive headings. The updated eStudy modules provide an additional opportunity for students to enhance their learning. The modules are designed to help students gain a proper understanding of how the law applies in everyday situations, and to develop their ability to apply the law realistically andappropriately.
Michael Lambiris Director, Australian Law Courseware and Associate Professor and Reader at University of Melbourne. Laura Griffin Lecturer, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, La Trobe University.
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Title:First Principles of Business LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:544 pagesPublished:February 8, 2017Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0190304480

ISBN - 13:9780190304485

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Table of Contents

1. The Organisation of Law and Government in Australia2. Sources of Law: Legislation3. Sources of Law: Case Law4. Finding Law Online5. Making a Contract6. The Contents of a Contract7. Statutory Provisions Affecting Contracts for Goods and Services8. Performance and Breach of Contract9. Remedies for Breach of Contract10. Avoiding a legal transaction11. Circumstances that may Invalidate a Legal Transaction12. The Scope of Tort Law13. The Tort of Negligence14. Remedies in Tort15. The Law of Agency16. Property Law17. Business Organisations18. Selected Legislative Provisions