Business and Corporate Law

Course Info:

Course Introduction

This course gives students a complete overview of the main legal issues and procedures associated with the business sector. The course examines the key legislation that affects different types of businesses, from larger corporations to not-for-profit organizations, as well as the legal steps involved in setting up and maintaining a business. It starts with an introduction to the various types of business organizations including sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. It examines the process of incorporation, the changes to the corporate structure and the roles of directors, officers and shareholders of a corporation. Finally, this course examines the rights and remedies of secured and unsecured creditors of a corporation, and the enforcement of security interests. It also covers agency relationships, the concept of a trust, the termination of a corporation’s existence and the purchase and sale of a business and how to carry out a bulk sale under the Bulk Sales Act.

Course Prerequisites

Introduction to the Legal System and Real Estate Law or equivalent knowledge and experience.

Course Notes

Students enrolled in this course receive text and/or other related resource materials. There is one assignment and one test to evaluate student progress for this course. Participants who receive 70% or higher overall will receive a certificate.

Course Breakdown

Module 1: Legal Structures

Module 2: Business in Partnerships

Module 3: Corporation and Management

Module 4: Shares

Module 5: Elements of a Corporate Name

Module 6: Incorporation and Organization

Module 7: Post-Incorporation Considerations

Module 8: Territorial Registration and Preparing for Meetings

Module 9: Annual Matters; Financial Statements

Module 10: Corporate Changes; Changes by Special Resolution

Module 11: Other Changes and Non-for-Profit Organizations

Module 12: Incorporating and Organizing a Non-for-Profit Organization

Program:

Of interest to:

Individuals interested in pursuing a career in a law firm, or legal office, and who wish to broaden their knowledge of business and corporate law.

Course aim:

To familiarize the student with business and corporate law.

Method of delivery:

Students are enrolled at the campus with a scheduled start date and are supported by a stand-up Instructor.

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