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Law I

Introduction

Law I is a programme course in the Bachelor's Programme in Business Law, and is adapted to the learning outcome that is defined for this programme. The course is divided into four main topics that will give the students a useful introduction to the law discipline:

  1. Legal method
  2. EU and EEA law
  3. Contract law
  4. Law of sales

Course content

Legal method

  • Review of sources of law
  • Statutory interpretation
  • Solving of legal disputes and variations in sources of law

EU and EEA-law

  • Main features of European Community Law and the EEA Agreement
  • The institutions in the EU and the EEA
  • The four civil liberties in EU and EEA law

Contract law

  • Mechanisms for the signing of contracts
  • Power and representation
  • Interpretation and completion of contracts
  • Nullity and modification

Law of sales

  • The obligations of seller/buyer in relation to the sales contract
  • Breach of contract due to delay
  • Assessment of defective performance
  • Seller’s and buyer’s entitlements in a breach of contract
  • The rules for consumer purchases

Disclaimer

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