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Theory and Law in the Regulation of Business A Custom Publication for Queensland University of Technology, 4th edition (eBook)

A custom publication for Queensland University of Technology.
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This publication was produced by LexisNexis Butterworths for the unit LLB142 Regulation of Business offered by Queensland University of Technology. Reproduced in this text are readings comprising chapters from the following LexisNexis Butterworths publications: Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015 Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl & Christina Do, Understanding Business Law, 9th ed, 2019 Paul Kenny, Michael Blissenden & Sylvia Villios, Australian Tax 2020, 2020 Natalie van der Waarden, Employment Law: Concepts and Cases, 4th ed, 2018 Related Titles Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl & Christina Do, Understanding Business Law, 9th ed, 2019 Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015 Paul Kenny, Michael Blissenden & Sylvia Villios, Australian Tax 2020, 2020 Natalie van der Waarden, Employment Law: Concepts and Cases, 4th ed, 2018
 

Table of contents

Topic 1: Regulation of Business


Reading 1


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 1


'Corporate Law: Theories, Principles and Applications’, pp 1–34


Reading 2


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 2 ‘The Regulatory Framework’, pp 35–62


Topic 2: Entities


Reading 3


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 3 ‘The Nature of Companies, Partnerships and Other Business’, pp 63–120


Reading 4


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 4 ‘Corporate Personality’, pp 121–174


Reading 5


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 6 ‘Internal Management and Meetings’, pp 239–282


Reading 6


Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl & Christina Do, Understanding Business Law, 9th ed, 2019, ch 14 ‘Business Ethics’, pp 353–374


Reading 7


Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl & Christina Do, Understanding Business Law, 9th ed, 2019, ch 15 ‘Agency, pp 377–398


Reading 8


Paul Kenny, Michael Blissenden, Sylvia Villios, Australian Tax 2020,2020, ch 14 ‘Entities’ pp 459–504


Reading 9


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 16 ‘Corporate Insolvency and Restructuring’, pp 753–792


Topic 3: Participants


Reading 10


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 7 ‘Shares and Shareholders’, pp 283–310


Reading 11


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 8 ‘Managing Companies, pp 311–366


Topic 4: Operations


Reading 12


Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl & Christina Do, Understanding Business Law, 9th ed, 2017, ch 9 ‘Employment Law’, pp 231–258


Reading 13


Natalie van der Waarden, Employment Law: Concepts and Cases, 4th ed, 2018, Ch 12 ‘Work Health and Safety’, pp299–318


Topic 5: Transactions


Reading 14


Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl & Christina Do, Understanding Business Law, 9th ed, 2019, ch 4 ‘Contracts: Formation’, pp 69–102


Reading 15


Jason Harris, Company Law: Theories, Principles and Applications, 2nd ed, 2015, ch 5 ‘Corporate Capacity and Corporate Liability’, pp 175–238


Reading 16


Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl & Christina Do, Understanding Business Law, 9th ed, 2019, ch 8 ‘Sale of Goods’, pp 203–230


Reading 17


Stephen Graw, David Parker, Keturah Whitford, Elfriede Sangkuhl & Christina Do, Understanding Business Law, 9th ed, 2019, ch 10 ‘Introduction to Consumer Law’ pp 261–282