Gault on Commercial Law - Checkpoint

Gault on Commercial Law - Checkpoint

The Right Hon.Thomas Gault, Barry Allan, David Blacktop, David Carter, Ian Gault, Linda Howes, Rae Nield, Austin Powell, John Walsh, Daisy Williams


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Date: 01/05/2013

Code: 41413605

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Checkpoint Gault on Commercial Law contains some of the principal statutes regulating commercial activity in New Zealand with full commentary on most of them in an annotations style. It also includes lengthy introductions to eight different areas of commercial law, including commercial contracts, competition law, the sale and carriage of goods, consumer law, e-commerce, banking and guarantees, agency and bailment, and personal property securities.

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Table of Contents

1. General Law of Commercial Contracts

  • Contractual Remedies Act 1979
  • Contractual Mistakes Act 1977
  • Contracts (Privity) Act 1982
  • Minors' Contracts Act 1969
  • Illegal Contracts Act 1970
  • Frustrated Contracts Act 1944
  • Property Law Act 2007 (CD and Online only)

2. Competition Law

  • Introduction to Competition Law — Pt 4 of the Commerce Act
  • Commerce Act 1986

3. Contracts for the Sale and Carriage of Goods

  • Introduction to the Sale of Goods
  • Sale of Goods Act 1908
  • Carriage of Goods Act 1979
  • Mercantile Law Act 1908
  • United Nations Convention on Contracts for International Sale and Carriage of Goods (CD and Online only)

4. Consumer Law

  • Introduction to Consumer Law — Consumer Guarantees
  • Introduction to Consumer Law — Fair Trading
  • Introduction to Consumer Law — Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance
  • Consumer Guarantees Act 1993
  • Fair Trading Act 1986
  • Consumer Information Standards (CD and Online only)
  • Product Safety Standards (CD and Online only)
  • Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003
  • Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Regulations 2004
  • Door to Door Sales Act 1967
  • Layby Sales Act 1971
  • Unsolicited Goods and Services Act 1975
  • Motor Vehicle Sales Act 2003
  • Credit Contracts Act 1981 (Repealed) (CD and Online only)
  • Hire Purchase Act 1971 (Repealed) (CD and Online only)

5. E-Commerce

  • Electronic Transactions Act 2002
  • Electronic Transactions Regulations 2003
  • Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007

6. Banking and Guarantees

  • Bills of Exchange Act 1908
  • Cheques Act 1960
  • Financial Transactions Reporting Act 1996
  • Unclaimed Money Act 1971
  • Code of Banking Practice 2007

7. Agency and Bailment

  • Introduction to Agency and Bailment
  • Real Estate Agents Act 2008
  • Real Estate Agents Regulations
  • Auctioneers Act 1928
  • Sharebrokers Act 1908
  • Secret Commissions Act 1910

8. Personal Property Securities

  • Introduction to Personal Property Securities
  • Personal Property Securities Act 1999
  • Personal Property Securities Regulations 2001
  • Credit (Repossession) Act 1997
  • Secondhand Dealers and Pawnbrokers Act 2004

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