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Principles of law for New Zealand business students

Author: Jeremy Hubbard; Cordelia Mary Thomas; Sally Varnham
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Pearson, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 5th edView all editions and formats
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"Principles of Law for New Zealand business students, 5th edition is designed for those taking introductory law courses for business degrees and students of the commerical law paper in the New Zealand Diploma in Business studies. The book is also suitable for the Legal Executives Course paper, "Introduction to the Legal System'."--Back cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeremy Hubbard; Cordelia Mary Thomas; Sally Varnham
ISBN: 9781442554764 1442554762
OCLC Number: 818866741
Notes: Previous ed.: 2010.
Description: xl, 712 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part I The basis of New Zealand law; Chapter 1 Introduction --
the nature of law; Chapter 2 The constitution; Chapter 3 The processes of government and business; Chapter 4 The rights of the individual under the New Zealand constitution; Chapter 5 Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi and business in New Zealand; Chapter 6 Legislation and making sense of it; Chapter 7 The fora for resolving business disputes in New Zealand; Chapter 8 The law-making role of the courts; Chapter 9 The law of tort with particular reference to negligence; Part II The law of contract; Chapter 10 The essentials of a valid contract; Chapter 11 Consideration; Chapter 12 Obstacles to the formation of valid contracts (1); Chapter 13 Obstacles to the formation of valid contracts (2); Chapter 14 The operation of the contract: interpretation, performance and frustration; Chapter 15 Remedies for failure to perform contractual obligations; Chapter 16 Consumer protection: The Fair Trading Act 1986 and the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993; Part III Particular aspects of commercial law; Chapter 17 The law of real and personal property; Chapter 18 The law of agency and its significance for business; Chapter 19 The law of the sale of goods; Chapter 20 Privacy and business; Chapter 21 An outline of employment law; Chapter 22 An outline of the law of business organisations; Chapter 23 Intellectual property and competition law.
Other Titles: Law 5
Responsibility: Jeremy Hubbard, Cordelia Thomas, Sally Varnham.

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"Principles of Law for New Zealand business students, 5th edition is designed for those taking introductory law courses for business degrees and students of the commerical law paper in the New Zealand Diploma in Business studies. The book is also suitable for the Legal Executives Course paper, "Introduction to the Legal System'."--Back cover.

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