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Insolvency, Consumer Law & Business Structures

Gain Competencies in Corporate Law


Sentinel 9

Summary

Price
£11.99 inc VAT
Study method
Online, On Demand What's this?
Duration
0.5 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

This course delves into the law relating to directors and management, members’ rights and applies it to the winding up of a company. Topics include: Industrial Relations & Employment Law; Intellectual Property (IP) Law; Insolvency Law; Taxation Law; Anti-Trust & Fair-Trading Law; Corporate Compliance Law; Enterprise & Business Structures; Sole Trader Individual; and Partnerships (& Limited Partnerships).

Curriculum

1
section
7
lectures
0h 32m
total

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Description

BACKGROUND:
Insolvency can be defined as the inability to pay one's debts as they fall due. Generally, insolvency terms refers to the inability for a company to pay off its debts.

What Is Bankruptcy?
The term bankruptcy is used in relation to an individual person, rather than a company. Bankruptcy is the approach by which the normal rights of a creditor are withheld in the interests of the debtor and by which the law of debt is modified to affect a compromise beneficial to all parties.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Upon the completion of this module, users will be able to:
• Critically apply Industrial Relations & Employment Law. This includes the Insolvency Law Online Quiz.
• Demonstrate skills in legal research, critical analysis and the written presentation of research and argument.

Who is this course for?

  • Business Managers
  • Students
  • Self Employed Individuals
  • Start-up Companies
  • Executives
  • Entrepreneurs

Requirements

  • No prerequisites.
  • No materials distributed.
  • No formal assessments required.

Career path

  • Corporate Advisor
  • Administrator
  • Business Development Officer
  • Consultant
  • Government Officer
  • Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Project Manager

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