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Course Description

A substantive law course covering the law of contracts. Students study the function of contracts in today’s business world, following the life of a contract “from cradle to grave”. Topics include the concept and nature of contractual relationships, how contracts are entered into, circumstances affecting contract validity, and how a contractual relationship may end (and the potential consequences). Prerequisites: Legal administrative work experience, formal admission to the paralegal program, or previous legal coursework.

Prerequisites

 Prerequisites: Legal administrative work experience, formal admission to the paralegal program, or previous legal coursework.
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Application

Name
Paralegal Programs
Instructions
Registration for this course is only permitted upon acceptance of the program application. If you have been given permission to register, please continue to registration.  If you wish to apply for the program press apply now.  
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Course
Contracts
Type
Online, No Class Times
Dates
Jan 10, 2024 to Feb 21, 2024
Hours
42.0
Course Fee(s)
Tuition Fee credit (3.5 credits) $373.46 Click here to get more information
Instructors
  • Marco von Antal
Section Notes

This is a seven week online Moodle course.  Access to Moodle will be provided on the start date of the course. Please contact paralegal@vcc.ca if access has not been granted after the start date.

Required Textbook- Business Law in Canada. Please visit the Downtown campus (Continuing Studies) Bookstore website for details: https://bookstore.vcc.ca/textbooks (LEGL -Paralegal Program option).