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BLAW 300 - Commercial Law
The Canadian economy rests on a structure of legal institutions derived from both common-law and civil-law roots. This course is designed to give an introduction to - and an overview of - the major areas of law generally encountered in business and commercial law in the common-law provinces and territories. Additionally, it offers an opportunity to consider underlying considerations of social policy - the reasons behind the rules made by both by the courts and by legislative bodies.
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