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ACCA - Corporate and Business Law (LW - ENG)

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The law of obligations

Employment law

The formation and constitution of business organisations

Capital and the financing of companies

Management, administration and the regulation of companies

Insolvency law

Corporate fraudulent and criminal behaviour

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Introduction to Corporate and Business Law (LW - ENG)

Purpose of the syllabus

The aim of the syllabus is to develop knowledge and skills in the understanding of the general legal framework, and of specific legal areas relating to business, recognizing the need to seek further specialist legal advice where necessary.

The syllabus

The broad syllabus headings are;

A

Essential elements of the legal system

 

B

The law of obligations

 

C

Employment law

 

D

The formation and constitution of business organisations

 

E

Capital and the financing of companies

 

F

Management, administration and the regulation of companies

 

G

Insolvency law

 

H

Corporate fraudulent and criminal behaviour

 

 

The Exam

The syllabus is assessed by a two-hour computer-based examination.

The examination consists of:

 

Number of marks

Section A – Twenty-five 2-mark objective test questions

 

50

Section A – Twenty 1-mark objective test questions

 

20

Section B – Five 6-mark multi-task questions

 

30

Time allowed

 

2 hours

Total Marks

 

100



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