Business Law

Thomson Learning, 2007 - 698 páginas
Since its first edition, the main purpose of this book has been to fulfil the needs of students taking any introductory law course. It is therefore widely used on, for example, Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX) and Institute of Credit Management (ICM) courses. It is also very relevant for the GNVQ Business Law option, undergraduate business and business-related courses such as accounting, and professional courses such as those offered by the ACCA, CIMA, and ICSA. It offers a straightforward exposition of the law, and is examination oriented, with Coursework Questions at the end of each Part of the book (answers are provided at the end of the book). There are chapters on examination technique and learning law at the beginning of the book. The bulk of the text is devoted to the presentation of legal rules in a straightforward style and format which will help students understand the subject, assimilate the necessary facts and achieve success in examinations. In addition there are introductory chapters on Learning Methods and Examination Technique and 60 past examination questions with suggested answers. There is also an Appendix of questions without answers. Lecturers who recommend the book as a course text may obtain answers to these questions free of charge from the publishers.

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