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LAW6028 Commercial and Consumer Law

Note: Restricted to final year students. 


This module will cover:

Sale of goods: Nature of a sale of goods contract; Terms implied into the contract of sale by the Sale of Goods Act; Passing of property and risk in goods; Liability of a seller without the right to sell; Delivery obligations; Remedies of the buyer; Remedies of the seller.

Consumer Credit: Classification of credit agreements under the Consumer Credit Act; Formalities for making regulated agreements; Liability of the creditor/credit broker/supplier to the debtor; Liability of the debtor to the creditor; Termination of regulated agreements; Judicial control of regulated agreements.

Agency: Definition of agency; The agent's authority to bind his principal; The agent's rights and duties; Contractual relationships between the principal, agent, and third party; Termination of the agency.




100 per cent exam

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