Courses - Faculty of Law


Law Commercial

Stage IV

LAWCOMM 401
20 Points

Commercial Law

An introduction to selected areas of business law, in particular relating to the sale of goods and personal property securities but extending to aspects of consumer laws, guarantees and the impact of new business methods.

Prerequisite: LAW 201, 211, 231, 241

Corequisite: LAW 301, 306

Restriction: LAW 415, LAWCOMM 452, 456

LAWCOMM 402
20 Points

Company Law

The law relating to companies incorporated under the Companies Act 1993 including: the nature of corporate personality, pre-incorporation contracts, the rights and liabilities of promoters, an introduction to the raising of debt and equity capital and the regulation of the securities market, the rights of shareholders, and the duties of directors.

Prerequisite: LAW 201, 211, 231, 241

Restriction: LAW 417

LAWCOMM 403
20 Points

Tax Law

A general introduction to tax law including: aspects of tax policy; the structure of the tax system; residence; source; the meaning of income; the deductibility of expenditure; the distinction between capital and revenue; depreciation; avoidance; disputes and rulings; GST.

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 241

Restriction: LAW 429

LAWCOMM 405
20 Points

Restitution

A study of the general principles of the law of restitution, including an analysis of the concept of unjust enrichment, selected applications of restitutionary principle for the recovery of value upon a flawed or conditioned transfer, recovery outside contract for labour expended on another's behalf, and stripping wrong-doers of profits.

Prerequisite: LAW 306

Restriction: LAW 366, 451, LAWHONS 726

LAWCOMM 406
20 Points

International Sales and Finance

Study of the law relating to international trade and transnational business transactions, including international sales contracts and international trade finance, and conflict of laws issues arising out of international trade.

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 231, 241

Restriction: LAW 476

LAWCOMM 407
20 Points

Conflict of Laws

An introduction to private international law (i.e., the body of law dealing with international civil or commercial issues or disputes that are not governed by substantive conventions) including: a study of the jurisdiction of the New Zealand courts, recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and decrees, and choice of the governing legal system.

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 231, 241

Restriction: LAW 420, 477

LAWCOMM 408
20 Points

Special Topic

LAWCOMM 409
20 Points

Special Topic

LAWCOMM 420
15 Points

Advanced Tax Law

A more advanced study of tax law covering topics such as tax history; tax theory; the taxation of companies; dividends; imputation; groups; losses; qualifying companies; trusts; withholding obligations; accruals; avoidance; international tax; profit reduction techniques; transfer pricing; controlled foreign corporations (CFCs); foreign investment funds (FIFs); tax treaties.

Prerequisite: LAWCOMM 403

Restriction: LAW 409, COMLAW 311

LAWCOMM 421
15 Points

Commercial Arbitration

The law and procedure relating to the settlement of domestic and international commercial disputes by arbitration, including a study of key arbitration principles, governing law issues, appointment and duties of arbitrators, the conduct of proceedings, enforcement and judicial review of awards, and international investment arbitration.

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 231, 241

Restriction: LAW 414

LAWCOMM 422
15 Points

Competition Law

A study of the principles of competition law in New Zealand including the effect on competition law of the CER Agreement with Australia. Comparison with the competition laws of other countries including the United States, the European Union and Australia.

Prerequisite: LAW 241 or COMLAW 201 and 203

Restriction: LAW 419

LAWCOMM 423
15 Points

Company Liquidations

Examination of the legal process by which companies are placed in liquidation including: the law on corporate insolvency, and the procedures and the enforcement mechanisms used to give effect to the law; current law and new approaches to insolvency.

Prerequisite: LAW 241

Restriction: LAW 422

LAWCOMM 424
15 Points

Insurance Law

A consideration of the law governing insurance contracts, including the duty of utmost good faith; the interpretation of the policy; the scope of cover; warranties and conditions; the claims process and fraudulent claims; and quantification of the insurer’s obligations; subrogation and recoupment; and third party rights.

Prerequisite: LAW 231, 241

Restriction: LAW 431, LAWCOMM 453, LAWHONS 734

LAWCOMM 425
15 Points

International Trade

Study of the law relating to international trade and transnational business transactions; contracts of carriage; the law and policy surrounding the regulation of the international transportation of goods by sea, land and air.

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 231, 241

Restriction: LAW 436

LAWCOMM 426
15 Points

Law and Information Technology

An introduction to the use of information systems in legal practice and research and the impact of the law on information technology including: computer crimes, torts, intellectual property, evidence, privacy, and the assistance given to lawyers by information retrieval, office management and litigation support systems.

Prerequisite: LAW 201, 231

Restriction: LAW 438

LAWCOMM 427
15 Points

Vendor and Purchaser

A study of the law relating to contracts for the sale and purchase of land, including the formation of the contract, the application of relevant statutes, the basic terms of such contracts and their significance, matters of title, settlement and completion, and remedies for breach.

Corequisite: LAW 301

Restriction: LAW 454

LAWCOMM 428
15 Points

Maritime Law

An introduction to shipping law, including: ownership and proprietary interests in ships, ship registration, charter parties, ship mortgages, shipboard crimes and torts, the law of collisions, salvage and wrecks, the admiralty jurisdiction, enforcement of maritime liens and other maritime claims, national shipping law and policy, the international regulatory framework, and conflict of laws issues applicable to maritime disputes.

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 231, 241

Restriction: LAW 459

LAWCOMM 429
15 Points

Advanced Tort

Explores in depth issues touched on in LAW 231 and introduces new causes of action. Topics will include some or all of the following: the recovery of economic loss in negligence, negligent misrepresentation, vicarious liability, factual causation, nonfeasance, the economic torts, the effect of statutes and contracts on the law of tort, and damages.

Prerequisite: LAW 231

Restriction: LAW 484

LAWCOMM 432
15 Points

Corporate Transactions

A study of corporate transactions in operation, with particular reference to the legal and practical processes involved in the formation and implementation of such major business transactions as are typical in the life cycle of a business. The particular transactions focused upon may vary from year to year.

Prerequisite: LAW 241

Restriction: LAW 493

LAWCOMM 433
15 Points

Advanced Intellectual Property Law

Studies in selected topics in intellectual property law including international developments and comparative aspects.

Corequisite: LAW 432 or LAWCOMM 404

LAWCOMM 434
15 Points

Advanced Contract

Advanced studies in selected areas of Contract Law.

Prerequisite: LAW 241

LAWCOMM 435
15 Points

European Commercial Litigation

A study of jurisdiction, choice of law and enforcement of judgments in cross-border commercial litigation within the European Union; consideration of specific EU Regulations, such as Brussels I, Rome I and Rome II.

Prerequisite: LAW 241

Restriction: LAWCOMM 443, LAW 475

LAWCOMM 436
15 Points

Advanced Company Law

Study in selected areas of company law including theories of the company, companies viewed from a law and economics perspective, the relationship between the board and shareholders, the place of corporate social responsibility, comparative corporate law and current issues in company law.

Prerequisite: LAWCOMM 402

LAWCOMM 437
15 Points

Iwi Corporate Governance

An examination of the common governance structures employed by iwi, why those structures are chosen and the legal and practical issues that arise as a result. Aspects of the law related to trusts, limited partnerships, charities and Māori Authorities, and how they may be interwoven within one overarching structure.

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 241

Restriction: LAW 497

LAWCOMM 440
10 Points

Guarantees and Indemnities

An introduction to the law regarding guarantees and indemnities in New Zealand. The course will mainly focus on guarantees, although indemnities will also be covered.

Prerequisite: LAW 241

Restriction: LAW 401

LAWCOMM 441
10 Points

Creditors' Remedies

Examination of the diverse and seemingly unrelated areas of the law as they concern the rights of unsecured judgement creditors.

Prerequisite: LAW 241

Restriction: LAW 461

LAWCOMM 442
10 Points

Law of Personal Property

Introduction to the concepts and legal rights associated with personal property, covering: possessory rights and relationships, including bailment, reservation of title and security interests in goods, and principles relevant to the transfer and acquisition of personal property.

Prerequisite: LAW 231

Restriction: LAW 311, 471

LAWCOMM 444
10 Points

Financial Markets Law

An examination of the law regulating the promotion of companies, duties and liabilities of directors and promoters for the promotion of a company, public fund raising in New Zealand, insider trading laws and takeovers, and limited liability partnerships.

Corequisite: LAW 417 or LAWCOMM 402

Restriction: LAW 487, 490

LAWCOMM 445
10 Points

Takeovers

A consideration of the role of takeovers in the economy and the manner in which they are regulated. The principal focuses will be upon the Takeovers Code and upon the workings of the Takeover Panel.

Corequisite: LAW 417 or LAWCOMM 402

LAWCOMM 446
10 Points

Special Topic: Aspects of Iwi Corporate Governance

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 241

LAWCOMM 449
10 Points

Selected Aspects of Intellectual Property Law

The law relating to patents including what is an 'invention', problem areas of subject matter, practice and procedural aspects, validity and infringement. Registered design law; trade secrets; technology transfer licensing. International comparative IP law.

Corequisite: LAW 432 or LAWCOMM 404

LAWCOMM 450
15 Points

International Tax Law

The globalisation of business presents a significant challenge to governments and revenue authorities and opportunities for multinational businesses to be able to locate productive activities, risks, and importantly, profits to any jurisdiction that they wish. This course looks at cross border taxation with emphasis on double tax treaties.

Prerequisite: LAW 211, 241

LAWCOMM 451
15 Points

Construction Law

Examines construction law, drawing on concepts and principles in contract and tort. The relevant statutory and regulatory framework. Legal issues arising during the life-cycle of a construction or infrastructure project at three stages: foundational concepts; the project; post-project claims and latent defects.

Prerequisite: LAW 231, 241

LAWCOMM 452
15 Points

Commercial and Consumer Law

A study of the law relating to commercial and consumer law including: the general regime on the sale of goods and its contrast to the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993, selected aspects of carriage of goods and of agency, and the basic disciplines of the Fair Trading Act 1986.

Prerequisite: LAW 201, 211, 231, 241

Corequisite: LAW 301, 306

Restriction: LAW 415, LAWCOMM 401

LAWCOMM 453
10 Points

Aspects of Insurance Law

Covers aspects of the law governing insurance contracts, including the duty of utmost good faith; the interpretation of the policy; the scope of cover; warranties and conditions; the claims process; and quantification of the insurer’s obligation.

Prerequisite: LAW 231, 241

Restriction: LAW 431, LAWCOMM 424, LAWHONS 734

LAWCOMM 454
10 Points

Trade Mark Law

An in-depth examination of the law related to the protection of trade marks, including the history of, and justifications for, trade mark protection, the operation of the registration system, the commercial exploitation of trade marks, infringement of registered trade marks, and the protection of unregistered trade marks.

Prerequisite: LAWCOMM 404

LAWCOMM 455
10 Points

Theories of Contract Law

Survey and analysis of the main schools of thought and positions in contemporary contract law theory, including: promise theory, transfer theory, economic analysis, communitarian theories and distributive justice theories. Examination of key questions in contract law, such as formation, interpretation and remedies in light of said theories.

Prerequisite: LAW 231, 241

Corequisite: LAW 211, 316

LAWCOMM 456
15 Points

Secured Credit

A detailed study of the law relating to securities over personal property, and related aspects of credit contracts.

Prerequisite: LAW 201, 211, 231, 241

Corequisite: LAW 301, 306

Restriction: LAW 415, LAWCOMM 401

LAWCOMM 457
15 Points

Consumer Law

An in-depth examination of selected aspects of consumer law, including (but not limited to) misleading and deceptive conduct, other unfair practices, unfair contract terms in standard form consumer contracts, consumer guarantees and uninvited direct sales.

Prerequisite: LAW 201, 211, 241

LAWCOMM 458
15 Points

Intellectual Property

Study of the laws which protect the products of intellectual endeavour including: passing-off (and section 9 Fair Trading Act), the Trade Marks Act, the Copyright Act, the action for 'breach of confidence', the Designs Act and the Patents Act.

Prerequisite: LAW 231

Restriction: LAW 432, LAWCOMM 404

LAWCOMM 459
10 Points

Special Topic

LAWCOMM 460
10 Points

Special Topic

LAWCOMM 461
15 Points

Special Topic

LAWCOMM 462
15 Points

Special Topic

Postgraduate 700 Level Courses

LAWCOMM 700
15 Points

Special Topic: Foundations of Tax Law

Provides a theoretical background and detailed technical knowledge of the scope and application of the most significant regimes for income, deduction and timing in the Income Tax Act 2007. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 702
30 Points

International Arbitration

A comparative study of negotiation, litigation, arbitration and mediation in commercial contexts; New Zealand law relating to arbitration, international arbitration; and the operating and utility of mediation in commercial contexts. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 705
30 Points

Commercial Leases

An examination and analysis of the obligations, rights and powers of parties in modern commercial leases, including problems arising from assignments, subleases, mortgages of leases, enforcement of obligations and remedies. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 706
30 Points

Competition Law and Policy

Advanced studies in competition law and its application to international transactions and commercial relationships, with comparative study of New Zealand law with that of other countries. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 707
30 Points

Conflict of Laws

An advanced study of private international law, including a study of the jurisdiction of the New Zealand courts and arbitrators, the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and decrees and arbitral awards, and choice of the governing legal system.

Restriction: LAW 712

LAWCOMM 709
30 Points

Corporate Governance

The principles of the law as to corporations with special reference to companies, directors’ duties and the status and rights of shareholders. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 710
30 Points

Dispute Resolution

The history and current practice of dispute resolution outside the courtroom, dispute settlement theories, and the principles of negotiation and mediation in the context of family, commercial, environmental, international and urban community disputes.

Restriction: LAW 717

LAWCOMM 711
30 Points

Commercial Equity

A detailed study of the history and principles of equity as they impact on modern society, including: the fiduciary obligation, the nature of equitable estates and interests, equitable priorities, estoppel, oppression and unconscionable dealing, specific equitable doctrines (such as contribution and subrogation), modern uses of the trust and equitable remedies. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

Restriction: LAW 718

LAWCOMM 712
30 Points

Insolvency Law

Legal problems arising where a debtor is in financial difficulties including: study of the rights of creditors in bankruptcy and company liquidation, corporate failure and re-organisation, and insolvency law reform in this and other jurisdictions. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 713
30 Points

Intellectual Property

Aspects of the law protecting the products of intellectual endeavour selected from: the law of trade marks and passing off, the law of copyright, patent law and the law of breach of confidence. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 714
30 Points

International Litigation and Arbitration

The institutional and procedural framework applicable to the resolution of international civil or commercial disputes; and strategic planning in multi-jurisdictional litigation.

Restriction: LAW 731

LAWCOMM 715
30 Points

International Sales

Advanced study of selected topics in international trade law including: import and export of goods by sea and air, treaties affecting New Zealand’s foreign trade, and transnational aspects of doing business abroad. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 717
30 Points

Law of Agency

An advanced study of the principles of agency law, and selected applications thereof. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 720
30 Points

Law of Insurance Contracts

The principles and operation of the law relating to insurance. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 723
30 Points

Maritime Law

Advanced studies in shipping law, including: ownership and proprietary interests in ships, ship registration, charter parties, ship mortgages, shipboard crimes and torts, the law of collisions, salvage and wrecks, the admiralty jurisdiction, enforcement of maritime liens and other maritime claims, national shipping law and policy, the international regulatory framework, and conflict of laws issues applicable to maritime disputes. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 724
30 Points

Mergers and Acquisitions

Advanced study in the law relating to business and corporate acquisitions and corporate mergers, takeovers and amalgamations, including issues affecting choice of method, directors’ duties, and public and private regulation. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 726
30 Points

Restitution in Commercial Contexts

Advanced problems focusing on situations and available remedies where benefits have been wrongfully or unfairly acquired. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 727
30 Points

Selected Issues in Property Law

The history and principles of the law of property; contemporary issues.

Restriction: LAW 734

LAWCOMM 730
30 Points

Special Topic: International Trade Law

LAWCOMM 731
30 Points

Special Topic: International Banking Law

LAWCOMM 732
30 Points

Special Topic: Securities Regulation

LAWCOMM 733
30 Points

Special Topic: Comparative Corporate Governance

LAWCOMM 734
30 Points

Comparative Free Trade Agreements

The relationship between the multilateral and bilateral trade agreements; the dynamics and models promoted by the US, EU and South-South agreements; the web of existing and prospective agreements involving the New Zealand government; and the particular issues and challenges relating to the trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 735
30 Points

Special Topic: Artificial Intelligence: Law and Policy

LAWCOMM 736
30 Points

Special Topic: Comparative Company Law

LAWCOMM 737
30 Points

Special Topic: Future Directions of the World Trade Organisation

LAWCOMM 738
30 Points

Special Topic: Twenty-first Century Trade Agenda

LAWCOMM 739
30 Points

Special Topic: Mergers and Acquisitions

LAWCOMM 740
15 Points

Special Topic: Corporate Governance

LAWCOMM 741
30 Points

Secured Transactions

Technical and practical aspects of the law of secured transactions. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 742
30 Points

Remedies Law

Advanced study of selected aspects of civil remedies for breach of civil obligations including those arising at common law and under statute, and discretionary relief in equity, and the assessment of damages and compensation. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 744
30 Points

Selected Topics in Taxation

Selected topics in taxation including: works of some of the great tax theorists and their relevance to modern tax policy formulation; current debates on questions of tax policy; aspects of international taxation; aspects of international tax planning. These are examined by reference to the tax systems of a variety of jurisdictions (such as New Zealand, the UK, the USA, Hong Kong and China). Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 745
30 Points

Public Law in Commercial Contexts

Selected topics in the application of judicial review and other parts of public law in commercial contexts. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 746
15 Points

Data Privacy and the Law

A comparative study of evolving global and New Zealand standards governing data privacy, the challenges they face from technological developments and the implications for business, government.

LAWCOMM 747
15 Points

Special Topic: Conflict of Laws

LAWCOMM 748
15 Points

Special Topic: Advanced Torts

LAWCOMM 749
15 Points

Special Topic: International Litigation

LAWCOMM 754
30 Points

Copyright Law

Detailed study of the law of copyright. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

Restriction: LAWCOMM 713

LAWCOMM 755
30 Points

Corporate Finance

Detailed study of the law relating to corporate finance. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 758
30 Points

Franchising Law

A study of the law relating to franchising. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 763
30 Points

Sports Law

A detailed study of legal issues relating to sport. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 767
15 Points

Special Topic: Consumer Law

LAWCOMM 768
15 Points

Special Topic: Economic Analysis of the Law

LAWCOMM 769
15 Points

Special Topic: Economic Regulation: Principles and Practice

LAWCOMM 770
15 Points

Private International Law

The theory and practice of transnational jurisdiction, choice of law and recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 771
15 Points

Cross-Border Commercial Litigation

Entails an in depth comparative study of the most important cross-border commercial litigation regimes, including the typical Anglo-common law regime, the European Union regime and the trans-Tasman regime. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 772
15 Points

Intellectual Property

Designed to provide an analysis of the important intellectual property laws in New Zealand covering trademarks, copyright, confidential information and, quite briefly, patents and designs. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 773
15 Points

Corporate Governance in New Zealand

The governance of companies in New Zealand, with a focus on the role of directors and the board. Topics include corporate theory, legal characteristics of the company and internal governance. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 774
15 Points

Comparative Corporate Governance

A comparison of corporate governance regimes across the world. Current issues in corporate governance are examined – topics may include directors’ remuneration, corporate scandals and responses to corporate scandals. Discussion of convergence of corporate governance regimes is included. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

LAWCOMM 775A
15 Points

LAWCOMM 775B
15 Points

International Taxation

Tests of residence for individuals and corporations. The wider tax base for off-shore income of New Zealand residents. Income derived by overseas residents from New Zealand activities. The Double Tax Treaty System. Selecting the country of residence. Anti-avoidance measures directed at transnational activity. The use of tax havens. As well as New Zealand taxation law, the course also examines the municipal revenue law of some of our trading partners. Involves individual research resulting in a substantial individual research essay.

Restriction: COMLAW 741

To complete this course students must enrol in LAWCOMM 775 A and B

LAWCOMM 777
30 Points

LAWCOMM 777A
15 Points

LAWCOMM 777B
15 Points

Special Topic

Restriction: COMLAW 755

To complete this course students must enrol in LAWCOMM 777 A and B, or LAWCOMM 777

LAWCOMM 778
15 Points

Special Topic: Selected Topics in Tort Law

LAWCOMM 779
15 Points

Special Topic

LAWCOMM 780
15 Points

Corporation and Investor Taxation

An advanced study of the tax liability and issues affecting companies and their shareholders. Considers the different corporate tax regimes, including dividends, imputations, losses and groupings, amalgamations, LTCs and Unit Trusts. Comparison with other entities is intended to provide a deeper understanding of the policy behind New Zealand's corporate tax regimes and the allocation of the tax burden between companies, shareholders and other investors.

Restriction: COMLAW 746

LAWCOMM 783
15 Points

Avoidance Provisions

An advanced study of all aspects of the general anti-avoidance provision contained in the Income Tax Act 2007. Provides a detailed analysis of the structure, function and application of the general anti-avoidance provision and of its relationship to the "black-letter" tax law. Comparisons with the statutory and common law responses to tax avoidance in other jurisdictions, including Australia, Canada, the UK and US provide a deeper understanding of the policy behind New Zealand's general anti-avoidance provision.

Restriction: COMLAW 749

LAWCOMM 784
15 Points

Taxation of Property Transactions

Examines all of the tax consequences of acquiring, holding, developing, building on, leasing or otherwise dealing with land and personal property.

Restriction: COMLAW 751

LAWCOMM 786
15 Points

Tax Administration and Disputes

An advanced study of the Public Law and procedural issues arising from administration of the Revenue Acts in New Zealand. Provides an analysis of the powers, discretions and responsibility of the Commissioner and the Inland Revenue Department. Major topics include the Department's assessment function and taxpayer self-assessment, the Binding Ruling regime, the Commissioner's statutory powers of investigation and information gathering, the exercise of discretions and administrative decisions, and the role of judicial review.

Restriction: COMLAW 753

LAWCOMM 787
15 Points

Taxation of Trusts and Non-corporate Entities

An advanced study of the tax liability of different business structures and their members, particularly non-corporate entities. Considers the different tax regimes applicable to trusts, partnerships and limited partnerships, Portfolio Investment Entities (PIEs), charities and Māori authorities. Comparison between these entities provides a deeper understanding of the policy behind New Zealand's tax regimes and the allocation of the tax burden between companies and other entities.

Restriction: COMLAW 756

LAWCOMM 788
15 Points

Special Topic: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and Tax

Restriction: COMLAW 758

LAWCOMM 789
15 Points

Research Essay in Taxation Law

Restriction: COMLAW 789

LAWCOMM 790
30 Points

Dissertation in Taxation Law

Restriction: COMLAW 790, 792

LAWCOMM 792
45 Points

Dissertation in Taxation Law

LAWCOMM 794A
45 Points

LAWCOMM 794B
45 Points

Thesis in Taxation Law

Restriction: COMLAW 794

To complete this course students must enrol in LAWCOMM 794 A and B

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