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The 12th edition of Business Law with UCC applications presents an up-to-date teaching-learning system that is written in an easy-to-understand style and provides comprehensive information about all facets of business law. Material is presented in nine sections, which include relevant case studies featuring excerpts from the court's opinion. Content has been updated to reflect the many recent changes in the legal field and color photos throughout the text help students relate the material to their own lives.
Table of Contents
|Table of Contents|
|Ethics, Law, and the Judicial System|
|Sources of the Law|
|The Judicial Process NEW|
|Alternate Dispute Resolution|
|The Nature, Characteristics and Status of Contracts|
|Offer and Acceptance|
|Mutual Asset and Defective Agreement|
|Third Parties in Contract Law|
|Discharge and Remedies|
|Sales and Consumer Protection|
|Sale and Lease of Goods|
|Title and Risk of Loss in Sales of Goods|
|Performance and Breach of the Sales Contract|
|Warranties and Product Liability|
|Landlord and Tenant|
|Wills, Trusts, and Estates|
|Purpose and Types of Negotiable Instruments|
|Transferring Negotiable Instruments|
|Holders in Due Course, Defenses, and Liabilities|
|Bank Deposits, Collections, and Depositor Relationships|
|Insurance, Secured Transactions, and Bankruptcy|
|The Nature of the Insurance Contract|
|Mortgages and Other Security Devices|
|Bankruptcy and Debt Adjustment|
|Agency and Employment|
|The Principal and Agent Relationship|
|Business Organization and Regulation|
|Sole Proprietorships and Partnerships|
|The Corporate Entity|
|Government Regulation of Corporate Business|
|Emerging Trends and Issues|
|Substantive and Procedural Cyberlaw|
|Uniform Commercial Code (Abridged)|
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