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Australian Commercial Law

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To be published July 2015 (Cambridge) PRE-ORDER NOW!
ISBN: 9781107674578. Soft Cover.
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Dilan Thampapillai, Australian National University, Canberra

Vivi Tan, Victoria University of Technology, Melbourne

Claudio Bozzi, University of Melbourne

Anne Matthew, Queensland University of Technology

Australian Commercial Law offers a concise yet comprehensive introduction to commercial law in Australia. The textbook provides a thorough and detailed discussion of a variety of topics in commercial law such as agency, bailment, the sale of goods, the transfer of property and the Personal Property Securities Act. 

The book also offers a detailed overview of topics within the Australian Consumer Law that are now relevant to commercial practice such as unconscionable conduct, consumer guarantees, and misleading and deceptive conduct. 

Written in a clear and accessible style, each chapter features key points and further reading to enhance students' understanding. Significant cases are discussed in detail and include excerpts from judgments to illustrate points of law. Australian Commercial Law is an indispensable resource for students who are seeking a comprehensive understanding of commercial law. 

  • Provides a comprehensive treatment of the key areas of commercial law as well as the key areas of the new Australian Consumer Law 
  • Written in a clear and accessible style Includes excerpts from judgements to illustrate points of law 
Table of Contents 

1. Personal property 

2. Sale of goods 

3. Transfer of property 

4. Price and delivery

5. Agency law 

6. Bailment

7. Personal Property Securities Act 

8. Contracts of guarantee 

9. Insurance 

10. Product liability 

11. The Australian Consumer Law 

12. Unfair contract terms 

13. Consumer guarantees 

14. Unconscionable conduct 

15. Misleading and deceptive conduct

16. Remedies under the ACL

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