Contracts 1 provides students with the knowledge of the law of contract. The law of contract provides the rules which determine when one party is liable to another under or in connection with a contract. This is an extremely important area of law as contracts are created on a daily basis and form the basis of most commercial arrangements. Students will be exposed to relevant law of contract which govern the processes of formation of contract, interpretation of contract, performance as well as termination of contract.
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
Plus 2 Level 1 Law units.
|1.||Analyse the legal concept of a legally binding contract;|
|2.||Identify, interpret and critically analyse contractual terms;|
|3.||Identify and critically analyse circumstances in which contracts can be brought to an end or nullified in a variety of situations and the different types of remedies as well as rules relating to them|
|4.||Critically analyse the influence of vitiating factors on contractual agreements, and|
|5.||Critically analyse the recent Australian legislative developments impacting contracts and argue the practical relevance of those principles to contemporary commercial dealings.|
|6.||Work independently and collaboratively in achieving outcomes 1-5|
|Test||Group work assessment (Problem based case study) (Quizzes 2 x 10%)||20%|
|Assignment||Problem based case studies||30%|
An Introduction to the Law of Contract 9th
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