Adams, Law For Commercial Enterprise Students, Ninth Version

Alix Adams Law for Business Students is famous for explaining the law in a jargon-loose, attractive fashion and exploring the regulation firmly inside the enterprise world wherein it operates using actual life examples.

The 9th version has been updated with over 30 new case references and complete evaluation of the Consumer Rights Act 2015, streamlining the law on income contracts in addition to applicable provisions of the Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015.Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction: getting began  

4  Resolving criminal disputes  

Part 2: Law of settlement, agency and sale of products  

five  The law of contract: offer and reputation

6  The law of contract: consideration, intention and privity  

7  The phrases of the contract at Common Law  

8   Statutory Terms in contracts for sale of products and offerings

9   Defects within the settlement: misrepresentation, mistake, duress and undue affect   

10  More defects: illegality and disability   

11  Discharge of the settlement and treatments for breach   

12  The law of organisation     

Part 3: The regulation of tort  

13  Tort legal responsibility for faulty items   

14  Tort legal responsibility for defective offerings   

15 Tort liability for premises   

Part 4: Elements of employment law

sixteen  Rights at paintings: the settlement of employment and health and safety at work 

17  Rights at paintings: safety against discrimination   

18  Rights at paintings: safety against dismissal and redundancy   

Part 5: Introduction to employer regulation   

19  Business organization  

20  Forming a registered enterprise

21  Running the organization: elevating and preserving capital   

22  Daily management of the company: functions of administrators, secretary and auditors

23  Company conferences and shareholder participation

Part 6: General concepts of highbrow belongings regulation  

24  Statutory highbrow property protection: copyright, designs, patents

and trade marks  

25  Common law protection of highbrow assets: passing off, malicious falsehood and breach of self belief  

Appendix 1: Additional sources   

Appendix 2: Worth considering? and quiz answers

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