International Commercial Law
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Very comprehensive full course study notes, which can be taken into exam. They can also assist with...
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Written by Tayla
Summary notes of all topics in the unit
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Very thorough, but concise ICL notes, see the contents page in the sample. Includes very clear secti...
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Written by Jennifer
These notes helped me to achieve 93% in the unit. They cover the following topics: Incoterms; th...
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Comprehensive notes on major examinable aspects of the unit. The notes integrate theory as well as l...
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Written by Destiny
Comprehensive notes compiled from presentations from Camilla Anderson and Samuel Raj
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Written by Martin
These are my LAWS3328 International Commercial Law notes I made throughout the course of semester 1,...
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Model answers taken from each tutorial. Good for exam and also in class.
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Comprehensive notes taken from every lecture and supplemented with textbook notes. The exam is open...
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The content was interesting and only somewhat difficult towards the end of the semester when you start to learn about documentary credit however the lecturer rarely finished lectures on time as he would go off topic regularly and so each lecture would begin with the end of the one before. The lecturer was not particularly good at answering questions either.