Prior to undertaking this unit, Students must have successfully completed BLO1105 Business Law OR BLB1102 Contracts Law.
|1.||Critically analyse legal issues commonly arising in the Australian financial and banking industries;|
|2.||Determine and articulate the legal rights, duties and responsibilities of parties in a banker-customer relationship to achieve a balance of individual and public interest;|
|3.||Interpret and apply legislation, case law and industry codes to problem scenarios; and|
|4.||Review current legal issues affecting the banking sector.|
|Presentation||Video Presentation of Legal Argument based on Scenario||30%|
|Assignment||Submission on Hypothetical Problem||40%|
Banking Law in Australia 9th Ed
A Tyree, 2017
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