Commercial Law in Malaysia, 2nd Edition (E-book)
Commercial Law in Malaysia, 2nd Edition
|Author||Datin Dr Lee Mei Pheng, Datuk Detta Samen, Ivan Jeron Detta|
|Publication Date||30 May, 2020|
Commercial Law in Malaysia, Second Edition is a textbook for post-graduate and undergraduate law and business students, as well as a reference book for professionals and attorneys. Financial service providers, bankers, entrepreneurs, corporate executives and directors, and other professions, in addition to these specific readers, may find this book to be an essential study and reading.
This book's first edition was published almost 20 years ago, requiring the urgent need for a second edition. This book provides reference material on a variety of commercial law topics, including agency, partnership, sale of goods, hire-purchase, insurance, negotiable instruments, and checks, as well as a more contemporary topic on internet commerce. This book is an excellent resource for learning about Malaysian corporate law. The main purpose of this redesigned second edition is to make it a helpful source of legal knowledge on commercial law, with well-presented summaries of case law and statutes related to commercial law.
The authors' extensive and in-depth knowledge and experience in legal practise, banking, and legal training and teaching, both in Malaysia and abroad, has adequately prepared them to write a book that is easy to read and understand while also providing readers with essential legal knowledge on Malaysian Commercial Law.
TABLE OF CONTENTS of Commercial Law in Malaysia
Chapter 2 - Law of Contract
Chapter 3 - Agency
Chapter 4 - Partnership Law
Chapter 5 - Sales of Goods
Chapter 6 - Hire-Purchase
Chapter 7 - Insurance
Chapter 8 - Negotiable Instruments (Excluding Cheques)
Chapter 9 - Cheques
Chapter 10 - Electronic Commerce
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