LAW 326 Commercial Law
A study of business law, continuing the material covered in LAW 222. Specific topical coverage includes: contracts (especially sales of goods), real & personal property, estates and trusts, secured transactions, bankruptcy, negotiable instruments, forms of doing business, securities regulation, and legal responsibility of accountants. This course is the second of two required for Professional Accounting majors.
Note: The following courses may be offered on an individual enrollment basis.
ECON 234 Banking
ECON 235 Insurance
ECON 236 Life and Health Insurance
ECON 242 Labor Management Relations
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