PART ONE Commercial Law Principles Chapter one Introduction to the Legal System Chapter two The Australian Court System Chapter three The Law of Torts Chapter four Business Organisations Chapter five Negotiable Instruments Chapter six The Financial Transaction Reports Act 1988 (Cwlth) PART TWOContract Law Chapter seven Contract Law Part 1 Chapter eight Contract Law Part 2 Chapter nine Contract Law Part 3 Chapter ten Property Law: Mortgages, Leases and Licenses Chapter eleven Insurance Law PART THREEConsumer LawChapter twelve Sale of Goods Chapter thirteenConsumer Protection Legislation Chapter fourteen Consumer Credit Law Chapter fifteen Restrictive Trade Practices Chapter sixteen Debt Recovery Chapter seventeen Intellectual Property PART FOURPartnership and Bankruptcy LawChapter eighteen Principle and Agent Chapter nineteen Partnership and Joint Venture Law Chapter twenty Bankruptcy Law PART FIVEEmployment and Workplace Relations LawChapter twenty-oneEmployment Law Chapter twenty-two Workplace Relations Law PART SIXMarketing LawChapter twenty-three The Law of Marketing Chapter twenty-four Advertising Law
Margaret Barron has many years experience lecturing in the area of business law and justice studies, and is a full-time lecturer at the School of Justice Studies at Adelaide Institute of TAFE. Margaret has written extensively within the TAFE system. Margaret has a degree in law and a graduate diploma in legal practice, and is admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of South Australia. Richard is employed as a full-time lecturer in the School of Justice Studies at the Adelaide Institute of TAFE. He is also employed as a reporter for the South Australian State Reports. Richard holds a degree in Laws and Arts from the University of Adelaide. He is currently undertaking a Masters in Social Science and a Graduate Diploma in Education at Charles Sturt University.Admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of South Australia, Richard has worked as a solicitor in general practice. In addition, he is familiar with the practical aspects of business law having operated a small business (a bookshop). Richard has extensive experience as a legal researcher and has worked as a Research Officer with the Australian Securities Commission, Bond Investigation, the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and as an Associate to the Right Honourable Justice Matheson, a Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia.