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Understanding Business Law, 9th edition

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

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Retail Price: $155.00

Publisher: Lexis Nexis,28.03.19

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ISBN: 0409348945
ISBN13: 9780409348941

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Understanding Business Law covers a range of business law topics including contract law, sale of goods, employment law, consumer law, business structures, property (including intellectual property), civil wrongs, debt recovery and financial transactions. The authors use case examples and real-life scenarios to illustrate how legal principles are applied in a business context.


This ninth edition has been extensively updated and new content includes discussion on statutory interpretation, security interests in property, payment systems, corporate social responsibility, the new 'safe harbour rules for company directors, the upcoming 'Banking Code of Practice' and more. New cases added include the decisions in:


Thorne v Kennedy (duress, undue influence and unconscionability) Prince Alfred College Inc v ADC (vicarious liability for the wrongful acts of employees) Badenach v Calvert and Robinson Helicopter Co Inc v McDermott (causation) Homsi v Homsi (negligence and public policy) Captain v Wosomo (volenti) Mott v Philip (res ipsa loquitur) Central Highlands Regional Council v Geju Pty Ltd (negligent misstatement) Lee v Abedian (conspiracy) Toll Holdings v Stewart (bailees) Thompson v Geminder Holdings Pty Ltd and Foote v Barton Property Partnership (No 1) (fixtures) Roadshow Films Pty Ltd v Telstra Corp Ltd and Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd v TPG Internet Pty Ltd (requiring CSPs to block pirate websites) Hunter Pacific International Pty Ltd v Martec Pty Ltd (distinctiveness and designs).


Extensive ancillary material is available to aid student learning and provide lecturer support.