Complete Commercial Law Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of Technology Sydney
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseCommercial Law
  • Course Code70327
  • ProfessorDaniel Tirado
4 Purchases
82% Grade
  • Author7292749184
  • Created2016
  • Pages86
  • Approved27 October 2016

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Complete and extensive notes for 70327 Commercial Law including scaffolds for answering any exam question.


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This subject is tough yet the notes are clear, concise and written to focus only on exam materials that are relevant and straight to the point. They facilitate easy navigation of the course syllabus and cover all the required cases, and information within the subject.


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