Australian Commercial Law 33rd Edition - eBook

Australian Commercial Law 33rd Edition - eBook

By Clive Turner, John Trone

eBook - ProView

$125.00* RRP

Date: 20/01/2021

Code: 9780455244716

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA

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This 33rd edition of Australian Commercial Law has undergone a radical revision with a focus on the core commercial law topics. Chapters about supplementary topics are available in the complimentary eBook version of the text. This has enabled a more in-depth treatment in each chapter. Numerous additional cases, statutes, articles and books have been added, including many comparative references from other common law jurisdictions.

Significant changes include:

  • A new chapter on the registration of personal property security interests (Chapter 9).
  • Expanded treatment of personal property law (Chapter 1).
  • Sale of Goods (Chapter 3) has expanded coverage of the meaning of “goods”, merchantable quality, fitness for purpose, and contracts for work and materials; along with the Queensland Court of Appeal decision in Garmin Australasia Pty Ltd v B and K Holdings (Qld) Pty Ltd [2019] 3 Qd R 191, concerning retention of title clauses.
  • Bailment (Chapter 5) includes the Victorian Court of Appeal decision in Sell Your Gold Pty Ltd v Australian Diamond Trading Corp Pty Ltd (2018) 57 VR 595, dealing with rights against third parties.
  • Consumer Protection (Chapter 6) incorporates the new consumer data right introduced by the Treasury Laws Amendment (Consumer Data Right) Act 2019 (Cth); along with the High Court decisions in ASIC v Kobelt (2019) 93 ALJR 743 (unconscionable conduct in financial services); Berry v CCL Secure Pty Ltd (2020) 94 ALJR 715 (damages for loss of an opportunity); and Moore v Scenic Tours Pty Ltd (2020) 94 ALJR 481 (damages for distress or disappointment).
  • Consumer Credit (Chapter 10) includes the increased sanctions under the Treasury Laws Amendment (Strengthening Corporate and Financial Sector Penalties) Act 2019 (Cth); the remedies introduced by the Treasury Laws Amendment (Design and Distribution Obligations and Product Intervention Powers) Act 2019 (Cth); and the avoidance of conflicted remuneration under the Financial Sector Reform (Hayne Royal Commission Response – Protecting Consumers (2019 Measures)) Act 2020 (Cth).
  • Insurance (Chapter 11) includes the unfair contract terms provisions introduced by the Financial Sector Reform (Hayne Royal Commission Response – Protecting Consumers (2019 Measures)) Act 2020 (Cth) and the stronger enforcement regime under the Treasury Laws Amendment (Strengthening Corporate and Financial Sector Penalties) Act 2019 (Cth).
  • Intellectual Property (Chapter 16) incorporates the changes made by the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Productivity Commission Response Part 2 and Other Measures) Act 2020 (Cth).

Supplementary e-chapters can be accessed via the ProView app. Chapter E1 (The Australian Legal System) has expanded coverage of statutory interpretation. Chapter E12 (Remedies) includes Mann v Paterson Constructions Pty Ltd (2019) 93 ALJR 1164 (quantum meruit). Chapter E16 (Real Property and Native Title) includes Northern Territory v Griffiths (2019) 93 ALJR 327 (compensation for loss or impairment of native title). Chapter E19 (Business Ethics) discusses the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth).

Table of Contents

1. Personal Property Law

2. Agency

3. Sale of Goods

4. International Sales Contracts

5. Bailments

6. Consumer Protection

7. Competition Law

8. Guarantees

9. Personal Property Security Interests

10. Consumer Credit

11. Insurance

12. Trusts

13. Bills of Exchange

14. Cheques

15. Electronic Commerce

16. Intellectual Property

17 Bankruptcy

e-Chapters included with the eBook

E1. The Australian Legal System

E2. Introduction to the Law of Contract

E3. Offer and Acceptance

E4. Intention to Create Legal Relations

E5. Consideration

E6. Contractual Capacity

E7. Consent of Parties

E8. Legality of Object

E9. Contents and Interpretation of the Contract

E10. Operation of the Contract

E11. Termination of a Contract

E12. Remedies

E13. Partnership

E14. Company Law

E15. Torts

E16. Real Property and Native Title

E17. Criminal Law

E18. Employment Law

E19. Business Ethics

The Contract Law Flowchart is included in the eBook.

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