Law of Commercial Transactions Course
Credits: 3 Credits (126 Clock Hours)
Self-paced: 4-month completion deadline.
Delve deep into the multifaceted realm of commercial law with a course that meticulously outlines the legal intricacies surrounding contracts, sales, and more. This course provides a rich blend of theoretical understanding and practical insights, covering everything from the nuances of sales and leases to the nature of commercial paper. Equipped with knowledge about title risks, loss performance, remedies, and the regulations surrounding product liability, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of the commercial world. The course doesn't stop there—it further offers profound insights into consumer credit transactions and the essential considerations before contemplating bankruptcy.
What you'll learn:
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of “commercial transactions” and their legal ramifications.
- Decode the scenarios under which a buyer can secure title even when a non-owner sells the goods.
- Familiarize yourself with the interests safeguarded by contract remedies.
- Decipher the performance expectations placed on both buyers and sellers in a sales contract.
- Grasp the essence and significance of different types of commercial paper in the realms of economics and finance.
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Courses are self-paced and supported by qualified faculty. Students work on their reading, assignments, and quizzes on their own time. This flexibility allows students to study while navigating the rest of their busy lives. Our courses and programs have completion deadlines, but beyond that, students can complete the work on their own schedule. Instructors are always available for questions and support. Students are not required to attend any scheduled class meetings.
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