It is said that contracts go through a 7-stage process. These are:-
2. Make – Buy
3. Source – Award
6. End options
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This course is aimed at lawyers, notaries, accountants, in-house counsel and other professional advisers who wish to master their skills in international business.
This course is the first stepping-stone for any practitioner advising clients with business affairs in the UK or clients planning to diversify their activities with a global perspective.
The course is also suitable for students or practitioners thinking of qualifying as a solicitor under the QLTS scheme in the UK, or sitting for the TOLES examination (The Official Legal English Examination).
This course will be held from 1 June 2017 – 4 June 2017 in Bologna for a total of 20 hours in-class face to face lectures and workshops.
The head -trainer, Sofia Parastatidou, is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales and a leading Legal English Trainer in Italy.
The topics to be covered in this course include:-
- Introduction to the common law system and the English Legal Profession
- Contracts Law & Terminology
- Introduction to Tort Law & Terminology
- UK Company Law
- Real Property Transactions and Conveyancing in the UK
- Succession in the UK (wills and probate)
- Trusts in the UK
- Introduction to Tax and Accounting in the UK
- Brexit and the Implications for the Legal Profession and their clients
- Case Studies, Role Plays and practical exercises
Further details and a detailed program are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or completing the form below.
In this module, participants will be learning how to handle and progress basic business transactions arising during the life and development of a business.
The Learning Outcomes of this core practice area are: –
- Progress common business transactions and advise and take steps relating to the business’s on-going operations
- Advise on entering into contracts on behalf of the business (including issues arising from contracts in which directors have an interest)
- Advise on steps to protect the assets of the business
- Advise on issues arising from basic finance and lending
- Draft notices, agendas and minutes of meetings and complete and file routine statutory forms and maintain and up-date statutory books
- Advise on taxation of profits (income and capital) generated and distributed by the business
- Demonstrate the appreciation of the continuing duties, obligations and liabilities of the business and of its partners, directors and shareholders
- Advise on the options for and claims arising on insolvency (eg bankruptcy, winding up and administration)
- Draft and review documentation to give effect to transactions
Following the completion of this module, participants will be able to
(a) to learn the law relating to common commercial transactions;
(b) to use legal principles to solve problems arising from those transactions; and
(c) to advise clients about those problems in a straightforward, business-like manner.
- Types of Personal Property
- Transfer of Possession
- Transfer of Ownership
- Supply of Personal Property
- Convention of International Sale of Goods (Vienna Convention) Article 67,68,69
- UNIDROIT Principles – Incoterms
- Risk Management and Risk Allocation (Security, Reservation of Title, Insurance, Subrogation)
- Negotiable Instruments – Bills of Exchange, Cheques
For further details or join the mailing list, send an email to email@example.com or visit our site by clicking here Commercial Transactions – QLTS details.
Details for courses in 2017 will be available soon.